Tamera Mowry's daughter Ariah steals hearts with her voice, singing with dad in adorable with video
Tamera Mowry’s daughter, Ariah, is melting hearts all over Instagram with her sweet voice in a new daddy-daughter sing-along with Adam Housley.
Little Ariah enjoys singing with her daddy just as much as she loves getting their duets on camera.
The adorable 3-year-old is stealing her parents’ fans with her sweet voice and bright smile in a recent video shared by Tamera and her husband, Adam Housley, on Instagram.
In the clip, Ariah and Adam break out into a rendition of “Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star,” hands-gestures and all, while she looks straight at the camera still wearing her pj’s.
“I might have a little singer on my hands. Thank God she has more of a tune than daddy @adamhousley,” Tamera captioned the clip. While Adam who shared it first, gave fans the background story of the clip, writing:
“So she wanted to do another #daddydaughter #duet...aaaaaand she wanted me to video it. Oh brother are we in trouble cause both kids like the camera...thank goodness they look like their mother. :) #thehousleys #daddysgirl”
Is not the first time that Ariah brings joy to her parent’s Instagram feed with her singing. On Christmas, Adam shared two more clips of the girl’s rendition to “We Wish You a Merry Christmas,” and “The Twelve Days of Christmas.”
Ariah also made a duet with her brother Aden, making all of the moves to the “Heads, shoulders, knee and toes,” kids tune before the boy picked her up and she started giggling.
The girl is already a start on the making, and Tamera couldn’t be prouder, considering she confessed last year that she prayed for Ariah to look like her.
Mowry revealed on “The Real,” which she co-hosts that she wanted her daughter to be a mini-me version of herself, considering that her son is more or less her husband’s twin.
“I wanted Ariah to really look like me,” she said. “Like, everything, everything. I think she has my skin color and my eye color.” Adrienne Bailon added, “You prayed for that! I remember! She was like, ‘Lord, let her be brown. Let her have black hair.’”
In the end, Ariah inherited Tamera’s skin and hair color, but the former “Sister, Sister” actress says the girl got her father’s big head, a statement backed up by Tamera’s- co-host and friend, Loni Love, who said:
“Let me tell Y'all. I was there at the birth, and I love me some Ariah so do not take this personally Ariah, when you see this when you’re 18-years-old. Ariah was 10 pounds and one ounce. And when I tell you that head…I thought her head was 9 pounds.”
Whether they look like her or not, Tamera makes sure to shower her two kids with equal love, and she’s always sharing her proud-mommy moments with fans on social media, gushing about her adorable kids like every other mom would do.