See Tamera Mowry's Video Tribute to Daughter Ariah on Her 4th Birthday
Tamera Mowry-Housley shares a heartwarming slideshow of her daughter Ariah's best milestones as the little girl turns another year older, and fans reminisced with the doting mom about just how fast she's grown.
It's always a bittersweet moment for any parent whenever their child turns a year older, as they are reminded by the years that have gone by. That's exactly how Tamera has felt now that her only daughter Ariah has turned four.
A Heartwarming Tribute
She celebrated the special day with a slideshow tribute for her little one, showing her photos from when she was a baby until now.
Tamera Mowry and Adam Housley's daughter was born on July 1, and they both shared loving tributes to her.
“You make my world better, my love. Ariah Talea Housley, I’m so grateful God chose me to be your mommy. You are a beauty on the inside as well as out. You make me laugh, smile, feel, and just so happy. Mommy loves you. Happy birthday.”
A Parent's Love
The slideshow she posted with that caption had Jhene Aiko's song, "Sing To Me," in the background, which is the perfect tribute a mom could give her daughter.
Likewise, Adam also shared an adorable selfie of a father-and-daughter moment they shared together, saying:
"You are my heart and my twin. [It is] insane how fast you are growing up. Please slow down."
Looking Back at Ariah's Birth
It seems just like yesterday that Tamera Mowry was about to give birth to little Ariah, and the memories are still fresh in their minds. In fact, just two months ago, Tamera shared the unique experience she had with her husband while in labor.
While speaking on her talk show "The Real," Tamera looked back on the moment she was giving birth to Ariah, and how she had a difficult labor.
Due to some difficulties before getting an epidural, she ended up having panic attacks that prompted her husband to act quickly.
Best Husband Award
Instead of freaking out, he supported her the entire time, on top of updating their worried family and friends outside the room.
"I followed all the rules. You weren't supposed to eat before you get the epidural, but I threw up four times and there was a moment where after the medicine goes in your body you get paralyzed from the waist down and you start freaking out. He grabbed my shoulders, rolled me over once and did it four times."
Now the two of them remain happy in love, with the company of their two children that clearly mean the world to them.
Happy Birthday, Ariah!