Following the news that Home Town and Ben’s Workshop is officially renewed by HGTV and Discovery+, Erin Napier revealed there are officially no plans for the second season of Home Town Takeover.
After announcing the exciting news about Home Town and Ben’s Garage, Erin Napier’s fans began to wonder about Home Town Takeover. Napier reportedly revealed there won’t be a second season due to her and her husband Ben Napier already having too much on their plate. Furthermore, the couple is also putting their little family first.
According to HGTV, Home Town Takeover follows Erin and Ben Napier as they takeover and makeover the small town of Wetumpka, Alabama. The show’s description reads, “Erin and Ben open a whole new chapter in the new series Home Town Takeover. Taking on amazing renovations of vintage homes, as well as historic business spaces. In the quaint southern town of Wetumpka, Alabama.”
Erin Napier Welcomes Second Child With Ben
In May 2021, Erin Napier and her husband Ben announced they welcomed their second daughter, Mae. Their baby girl was born 7 lbs. 1 oz., and 19.5 inches. Erin and Ben are already parents of 3-year-old girl, Helen. The Napiers shared with People, “While we are excited to have another daughter to love, we are more excited to see the bond she and Helen will have.”
Erin Napier also told the media outlet that Mae and Helen are already so in love with each other. She and Ben announced their pregnancy in April. Hey knew about the pregnancy in September while filming Home Town in Laurel Mississippi and Home Town Takeover in Wetumpka, Alabama.
At the time of the pregnancy announcement, Erin Napier’s husband Ben stated that the last six months of 2020 were really rough for the couple. “It’s all a blur,” he said. Erin chimed in, “We were like, ‘Oooh, this is going to be tough, but we can do it. We don’t remember anything, but I’m glad somebody was filming all of it.”
Napier Refuses to Show Her Daughter’s Face on Social Media
Erin Napier previously opened up about why she decided to no longer show Helen’s face on her social media accounts. She stated in December 2020 that upon posting a photo of the back of her daughter’s head there were cruel comments within minutes. The comments were about Helen’s hair and also about the worldwide health crisis.
“And I immediately took it down to be a good steward of my baby’s image and protector of my heart,” Erin Napier explained at the time. She also addressed her critics by taking a stand against cyberbullying on her Instagram page.
“If you feel you may be a person capable of communicating this way, please see yourself away from my account or I’ll be glad to help you do that,” Erin Napier added.