Erica Dixon might have the cutest babies on this planet.
The “Love and Hip Hop Atlanta” star gave birth to her identical twin daughters in May 2019 and has posted precious moments of her little angels on Instagram. On Wednesday, July 1, the mother of three shared a sweet snap of babies Embrii and Eryss sitting beside each other in the passenger seat of a car.
“Sesame Street for the win as we wait! @twinzonli 💛🖤,” Dixon wrote in the caption.
Judging by the picture, it’s pretty clear that Sesame Street definitely had the toddlers’ attention.
Dixon dressed baby Embrii and Eryss in matching outfits.They wore yellow shorts, white sneakers, matching headbands and yellow and white polka dot T-shirts that read “Cute As Can Bee.”
The pic of the two 1-year-olds was enough to drive Dixon’s fans over the edge. “No set of twins should be that stinkin cute!!❤️ then again— go cuties!!!” one person exclaimed. Another person remarked, “Awwww my blood sugar just went up 🥰 they’re adorable!”
Someone else continued to gush over how “precious” babies Embrii and Eryss were, while another fan wrote, “Awwwwwe E i just caught baby fever 😍 your daughters are so lovely and pretty . I know you are a good mother. Love ya girl.”
Dixon also has 15-year-old daughter Emani Richardson, whom she shares with Atlanta rapper Lil Scrappy.
Before the conception of her twins, Dixon apparently had a miscarriage. She revealed this news in a May 11 post, writing, “They are truly my miracle babies. I’m intrigued on a daily by the different things they do. I often thank God for blessing me with them because of the heartache I dealt with miscarrying my very first. He truly knows my heart. @twinzonli 🙏🏽💕#doubleblessings #twinmom.”
Nowadays, Dixon seems to be enjoying new motherhood. She recently shared a darling photo of herself and her twin girls posing together. She said in her post, “They are attached… literally!!” Dixon continued on about her battle with her daughters’ binkies, adding, “I can’t stand those pacifiers either. @twinzonli have me soul searching for those things.”