Tiny Harris Pens Beautiful Prayer To Erica Dixon Who Has Twin Girls In ICU -- Here Is Why T.I.'s Wife Feels Close To This Situation
Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta star Erica Dixon is officially a mother of three but there is a little hiccup, and she needs lots of prayers, and Tiny Harris who has been in her shoes and has her back.
Erica, who is already mother to Lil Scrappy's beautiful teen daughter, Emani Richardson, took to social media this week to announce that she has given birth to twin girls.
The reality TV star and model explained that due to "certain unexpected events," the babies remained in the Neonatal intensive care unit/NICU.
The new mother shared a post asking for prayers: "Today was one of the most difficult days of my life. I have been blessed with two beautiful baby girls but to have to leave them just tore me apart. 🙏🏽🙏🏽Praying they can come home sooner than later. I'm missing them so much already."
Tiny's baby girl, Heiress Harris, was a preemie. T.I.'s wife showered Erica with love: "Awe so special...Congratulations...praying you to get them home soon ❤️"
One fan said: "They will be ok. Get you some rest because you will need it when they come home. 🙏🏾Ima twin and my sister and I had to stay in the hospital as well. My sister for two weeks and me three since we were both premies and I was only 3lbs (but healthy). They will be home before you know it. ♥️"
Another supporter stated: "Congratulations with prayers for you and the girls. I'm a NICU mom too. I know it can be difficult, but they will be fine. You're in my prayers. 😘By the way, my son is 11, and he is thriving with no problems. African American girls statics are the highest out of all ethnicities and sex. Your girls will be home soon ready to get all the love you have for them. God Bless you."
This Instagram user shared: "I had to leave my baby in NICU for three months. It was tiring to have to travel back and forth by taxi every day. I had an unsupportive husband who was too scared to come to the hospital for three weeks after she was born. I cried every time I went. She was the smallest baby there, born 2.8 lbs. I was an emotional wreck. DONT STOP PUMPING BREAST MILK. Even if they say, you are bringing too much milk. Bcus you could stop lactating, but the babies are not with you yet. Stay calm, and know everything will be alright. My daughter is 3 yrs old now. And doing very well. She never needed any extra services or special attention after her 3-month stint in NICU. CONGRATULATIONS! Enjoy this new chapter.😍😍😍😍😍"
Tiny always rises to the occasion.