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Erin Napier Posts Sweet Pics Of Husband Ben and Daughters Playing

Photo from Erin Napier’s Instagram

Erin Napier Posts Sweet Pics Of Husband Ben and Daughters Playing

By Movieguide® Contributor

HOME TOWN’s Erin Napier just shared some adorable pictures of husband Ben playing with the couple’s daughters. 

“beauty shop!” Erin wrote under photos of Ben with their daughters, Helen, 6, and Mae, 2.

In the first picture, Mae adjusts her dad’s pink headband. The next one shows her holding a compact mirror up to Ben’s face as he holds Helen in his lap. 

While Erin shares some snaps of Helen and Mae on her social media, she does not show their faces. She’s also spoken about her decision to keep her daughters away from social media. 

“We don’t want our kids to be disconnected,” she wrote in an essay for TODAY. “We always have said, ‘We’ll get landlines so they can call each other, and then when they’re old enough to drive, we’ll get them flip phones, and they can call and text each other.’”

Erin continued, “What we intend to teach them is that you can live the most incredible life, and you can do and see and be anything in the world, if you are not tethered to something fake. This is us teaching our children: You deserve more. And you are capable of a whole lot more if you can skip social media and cell phones until you’re older.”

Erin and Ben have made it a point to prioritize family over career opportunities. 

“We say no to a lot of opportunities,” Erin told PEOPLE, explaining that they want to be with their children. 

“For 18 years we get to be an influence in [their lives],” she continued. “I want those years to be really good and happy and healthy, because we can never get them back. No matter how great an opportunity or amount of money, nothing is worth missing out on memories together.”

Movieguide® previously reported on the Napier’s family life:

Between a newborn and filming, HOME TOWN’s Ben and Erin Napier are finally finding their groove as a family of four.

The couple have two daughters, Helen, 3, and Mae, 7 months. While the parents are still working out the kinks of being a four-person household, they shared that they are grateful to be finding their “rhythm” in a new People cover story

However, both are adamant that their kids always come before work – even though it took some time to adjust. 

“We have had to get more help with [prioritizing family], honestly,” said Erin. “The only trick I’ve learned so far is that you’ve got to say what you need. And what I need is to be there for my kids.”

One of the biggest ways she and Ben are putting their family first? The two have a rule for themselves and their crew that they will work “normal” hours, from 8 to 5. After that, it’s family time. 

“I really don’t want someone else to raise them. I want us to be 100 percent a part of their life,” said Erin. 

Ben agreed: “If we are going to go on the road for [Home Town] Takeover, or if we’re going to do media stuff in New York, then we’re going to have to bring our family along with us. And so that’s how we do it. We don’t fold on our family time.”

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