LHHATL Star Erica Dixon Is a Proud Mom of 3 Posing with Her Daughters in Rarely-Seen Family Pic
"Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta" star Erica Dixon was captured with her three daughters in a precious family picture uploaded on social media.
Erica Dixon is a TV personality best known for her appearance on the popular show, "Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta." The 36-year-old recently blessed fans with a rare family picture with her beautiful daughters which was uploaded in honor of her birthday.
The image shared on her twins' Instagram captured the mother with her three daughters, 15-year-old Emani Richardson and the adorable twin babies, Embrii and Eryss.
The adorable picture showed Dixon smiling brightly as she held the twins while Emani posed with a matching smile by her side. The post was captioned with the words:
"Happy Birthday to our mommy!!! We love you!!"
The sweet post received positive reactions from fans who shared their love and well wishes for Dixon and her children in the comment section.
The mother-of-three announced that she was expecting twins in 2019 on an episode of LHHATL and shared the nine-month journey with fans on social media.
Earlier this year, [Dixon] faced heavy criticism when she revealed that the twins had never been vaccinated since their birth.
The fashionista didn't let her pregnancy stop her from being stylish and shared various pictures of herself rocking chic outfits with her pregnancy glow on Instagram.
The 36-year-old broke the sad news on Instagram with a picture from her pregnancy days and expressed in the caption that it broke her heart to leave her daughters and wished they came home soon.
A month after the unfortunate event, Dixon's babies finally came home and their arrival was marked with adorable pictures of the girls on Instagram. Fans were both pleased and sad as the mother revealed in the post's caption that she would not be uploading new pictures of her babies for a while.
Earlier this year, the doting mother faced heavy criticism when she revealed that the twins had never been vaccinated since their birth.
Dixon's announcement came via Twitter and naturally, social media users weren't afraid to voice their concerns but the mother defended herself and reminded the world that they were her children to raise.
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