Tia Mowry and her husband Cory Hardrict have clearly missed having a baby in their home, proving how they can never spend too much time with their little one by playing with her and showering her with love.
Prior to Tia Mowry's birth to their daughter Cairo back in May, their last chance at taking care of a baby was for their first child, Cree, who is already 7-years-old. Due to having problems conceiving, Cory and Tia had to wait seven long years before they could finally become new parents again.
Since her delivery, she and Cory have both been sharing photos of their adorable little girl Cairo, and every time we think it couldn't get any cuter than what they share online, they just decide to prove us wrong.
While Cairo has been seen having different adorable moments with her family such as her and her older brother bonding over something, or her dad bringing her to the backyard to bask in some sunlight, Tia's latest post seems to top all of that in terms of its cuteness.
In the photo, the adorable little girl looks at the camera with a large pacifier on her mouth, while her dad gently kisses her belly as he lifts her up in the air.
Although the cute gesture of the doting dad could be seen as the main highlight of the photo, Tia decided to highlight something different, and that was her daughter's tiny feet.
"Hey girl hey. We love daddy! She has such tiny feet."
This isn't the only adorable moment that Cairo and Cory have shared recently, as Tia also shared a photo of the father-and-daughter duo looking like twins in a recent photo.
Having a clearer view of her face, Cairo's facial features seem to resemble her father more than her mom, and this is something that their fans have taken notice of.
"@madisonghent: Twinning with Daddy and Grandma"
"@msstormy39: Too cute, Daddy & daughter moment! Cherish this time"
Clearly, Tia and Cory are having a blast becoming first-time parents to a daughter, and this has allowed them to appreciate parenthood even more now that they have to take care of two adorable children together.