Tia Mowry Gets Praised for Having a 'Beautiful Family' in New Photo with Her Husband and Kids
Tia Mowry is melting hearts all over social media with a new pic of her “little family.” The mother of two took to Instagram to share a pic before attending the Kids’ Choice Awards with her eldest son, but her 9-months-old daughter stole the spotlight.
Tia Mowry is a cool mom, and her son Cree knows it.
The “Sister, Sister” actress took to Instagram over the weekend to share a beautiful pic of her family before going out for a fun mommy-son date with 7-year-old Cree.
In the pic, Mowry looks stunning rocking a gray pantsuit, black blouse, and heels, while her son looks sharp wearing a black suit and white sneakers. In the background, Tia’s husband Cory Hardrict and their daughter Cairo kept it simple and ready to stay at home.
Cory donned jeans, a t-shirt, and a red cap, while he looked over Cairo, who was adorable in a pink onesie and a flower headband while hanging out in her baby walker.
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“Gawd I love my little family. This is #us #cree #cairo Her face is mood,” Mowry captioned the post.
Fans flocked the comment section gushing about the Mowry-Hardrict family, and most people couldn’t stop gushing about baby Cairo and her cuteness.
“Cairo on her tippy toes like "hey I'm over here" love y'alls little family,” wrote one user.
Another added, “Your son is growing into a handsome young man, and your daughter is just precious.”
And a third one chimed in to say, “Awww cuteness...#cairo like hey where y'all think y'all going?”
A COOL MOM AT 40
After the photo shoot at home, Tia and Cree took off to face more flashes from reporters at the red carpet of Nickelodeon’s Kids’ Choice Awards. Tia, who got invited as part of the cast of Netflix’s “Family Reunion,” thanked the network for giving her “cool mom points” with Cree, and added,
“As a kid, I won 3 of these cool blimps and to now bring my son to the orange carpet gave me all kinds of feels! We had a blast!”
After welcoming Cairo in her forties, Tia has been open about her journey as a working mom, and she’s often sharing tips and pieces of advice to her followers through her Kin series “Tia Mowry’s Quick Fix.”
“Usually, I would say with just one kid; I'm taking one day at a time. But with two kids, I'm taking two steps at a time. I'm only looking as far as my two feet can go," she confessed to E! News last year. And continued:
"I can't get so far ahead of myself, or I'll get really, really overwhelmed. But you know what they say? It's harder to go from one to two as opposed to two to three, but now I get it.”
RAISING A BLACK GIRL
Mowry is now focused on raising her daughter to become a proud, beautiful, black woman. And that, she says, starts by not looking for people's approval. “That's really important whether you're a guy or a girl, for you to know who you are for yourself,” she added.
The actress believes that, if Cairo is loved at home “by her father, by her mother, by her family unit, then she's going to know what love is.”
However, Tia is aware that being exposed to examples of self-love from strong, influential women is also necessary for little girls. She said:
“She's going to grow up to be a beautiful black woman with beautiful curly hair, and beautiful skin. And for me growing up, I didn't really see a lot of those images around. Whether it was at school, whether it was on television, etc. I think it's really important for me that my daughter is exposed to those images."
Mowry’s mom used to expose her daughters to magazines like Essence and Ebony, which highlight black beauty, and luckily, there are even more examples on the mainstream media these days that will help Tia encourage her daughter to embrace her worth and know that she has a voice too.