The award winning singer is a proud mother to her children, and often shares photos of them to her social media accounts.
Erica Campbell, the gospel R&B singer, has three children with her husband Warryn Campbell: 13-year-old daughter Krista Nicole, 8-year-old son Warryn Campbell III, and 6-year-old Zaya Monique.
The family has recently started appearing in their own reality television show, called We're The Campbells, showing just how much of a family unit they are.
The proud mama recently took to Instagram to share a photo of herself and her three children, relaxing on a sports field after enjoying a workout together.
"My lil cheerleaders! Thanks for helping mommy work out!! #WereTheCampbells catch us tonight on @tvonetv," she captioned the sweet shot.
Erica could be seen in a pair of colorful yoga pants, and a pink workout top with black sneakers. Her hair is tied up on top of her head.
On her lap is little Zaya, who is wearing a pink and blue top and matching shorts, with a pair of white sneakers.
Krista seemed quite exhausted by the workout as she leaned against her mother, leaning back with her eyes closed and her mouth opne. She opted for a pair of three quarter black and pink yoga pants and a grey shirt.
Warryn III sneaked into the photo from behind his mother, with his arms around her shoulders.
All four of them were seated on the grass of what appeared to be a football pitch.
Erica regularly shares photos of her three children to her social media, showing off just how important her family is to her.
The family's new series, We're The Campbells, premiered on television on June 19.
The 9-episode series will give fans of the singer and her music producer husband a glimpse into their lives. The couple intends to be completely honest and open with their fans about everything in their lives, including infidelity issues.
Erica told The Christian Post that they hope to open up their lives to viewers, and share everything including how they deal with their marital issues.
"I know a lot of times you actually don't see the kids and the issues, but we're really tapping into what happens with kids — feeling accepted, colorism, self–acceptance — all the while trying to manage our faith, our family," she said.
The couple went through a rough patch at one stage when it was discovered that Warryn had cheated on his wife. Despite the news, Erica decided to stick it out in her marriage, and love and faith has kept them together.
"Truth does sting but when truth is wrapped in love, you can always at least listen to it. And it makes it open for conversation when the truth doesn't come with judgment or condemnation,” she told The Christian Post.