‘Home Town’ Star Erin Napier Celebrates 36th Birthday, Says She’s ‘So Lucky’ with Family

by Taylor Cunningham

Home Town’s Erin Napier turned 36 today, and she celebrated with her social media friends. Napier posted a series of photos on Instagram, and it looks like her day was filled with close family, creative crafts, and delicious food.

“I’m so lucky to have this family for my birthday,” she captioned alongside four pictures.

“Thank you for making me feel so special every day of my life, @scotsman.co.” Judging by the pictures, it looks like Napier spent her big day at her home in Laurel, Mississippi. And she was surrounded by her favorite people—her husband and co-host Ben Napier and her two daughters Hellen and Mae. And, according to her hashtag, she also made some of her mama’s lasagna.

Fans have been flooding her comment section with well-wishes. And she even got a “Happy Birthday” from fellow HGTV star Jonathan Scott’s girlfriend, Zooey Deschanel.

Erin Napier’s ‘Home Town’ is Renewed

Erin Napier isn’t just celebrating her birthday today. She’s also celebrating the continued success of her HGTV series Home Town and Ben’s Garage. The network renewed both shows.

Earlier this month, Erin posted the good news on Instagram. “We can FINALLY tell you officially,  #HGTVHomeTown season 6 and #BensWorkshop season 2 are in production and coming in 2022.”

On Home Town, Erin and Ben restore the charm of old, southern homes. And on Ben’s Garage, Ben Napier creates custom woodworking projects for celebrity guests.

However, their announcement was followed with a little sad news. The Napiers decided to cancel their most recent spinoff series, Home Town Takeover. But the show isn’t ending because it’s lacking a fanbase. The Napier duo is just too busy with life and their other projects to continue filming.

On Twitter, a fan congratulated Erin on the renewal of her shows and then asked if there were any plans for Home Town Takeover.

Home Town Takeover followed Ben and Erin as they renovated the small town of Wetumpka, Alabama. The series planned on choosing a new town each season, but the couple couldn’t commit to the schedule anymore. On top of starring in two wildly successful HGTV titles, they also have two young daughters at home.

“I’ll be honest, the takeover life is not all that simpatico with family life,” she answered. It was an amazing adventure for us, but likely the only one like it until (maybe) our girls are much older.”