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'Home Town' star Erin Napier slams Instagram for flooding her feed with 'mom humor' videos, here's why

The mother of two is blessed with two beautiful children but she does not believe that the social media platform is doing justice to motherhood
'Home Town' star Erin Napier (Instagram/@erinapier)
'Home Town' star Erin Napier (Instagram/@erinapier)

LAUREL, MISSISSIPPI: 'Home Town' star Erin Napier called out the social media platform, Instagram, in her latest post. The mother of two is blessed with two beautiful children. However, she does not believe that Instagram is doing justice to motherhood.

Just a few hours ago, Erin took to her social media to slam Instagram for showing "mom humor" content everywhere. 'Home Town' star claims to know that motherhood can be difficult at times, but some are not blessed with the same thing, and seeing the "mom humor" content could hurt their emotions. Erin tagged @Instagram in her story and slammed the platform and asked to keep an eye on unnecessary content.


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'Home Town' star Erin Napier's Instagram story (Instagram/@erinapier)
'Home Town' star Erin Napier's Instagram story (Instagram/@erinapier)

"@instagram is always showing me videos of 'mom humor' where the moms are glib and whining about life with little children," wrote 'Home Town' star. She added, "would love to see less of this." Erin is well aware of the "difficulties and stress of motherhood." She claims it to be "real and taxing." But still, the star does not support Instagram showing content where mothers are shown being fed up with their little ones in a humorous way.

Erin claims the reason for her dislike towards such content is that "there are so many women in the world struggling w infertility who would kill to have that life." Therefore, Erin is looking out for all those who are or can not be blessed with the experience of motherhood. She ended her saying with, "let's flip it on its ear and keep in mind how fleeting and special this hectic time is."


Erin with her husband Ben Napier has two daughters, Helen and Mae. Erin is often seen posting about her children on social media. But, at the same time, she makes sure to maintain privacy by not showing the face of her daughters on social media. Erin claims that her elder daughter, Helen, is "the one who made her conquer the fear of childbirth."