Tia Mowry’s daughter, Cairo Tiahna, is starting to show a lot of personality, as seen in a recent photo that the proud mom shared with fans.
In a recent pic Tia posted on Instagram, Cairo looks adorable yet fierce standing in a garden with her little fists balled up and a frown on her face. She donned a blue knitted top with a matching skirt, sandals and a headband with a bow to adorn her head.
“Be brave, be kind, be you. #cairo,” Mowry captioned the inspiring post.
Fans of the “Sister, Sister” star flocked the comment section with praises for the 1-year-old girl, and most agreed she’s too cute for words.
“Cairo is always a mood hunty she’s got her little fist balled up and everything,” wrote one user.
Another added, “Oh my goodness!!!!! I can’t deal with all the cuteness jumping out of my screen right now.”
And a third one joked,
“With the furrowed brow and little attitude. She is not playing! She’s a whole meme.”
Tia, who also shares 8-year-old son Cree with her husband, told US Weekly earlier this year that her daughter is a brighter baby than her son was.
“Women are smarter,” Mowry said. “I would say that she’s picked up her milestones a lot quicker, or sooner, than Cree. But maybe it’s because Cree’s around stimulating her.”
She also revealed that she thought that the saying of “boys are a lot of energy and girls just sit pretty” was a lie, but after Cairo was born, she realized how real that is.
“My daughter, she’s just so chill, and she’s so easy,” Tia admitted.
And luckily for her, there is no sibling rivalry between her kids yet, as Cree loves his little sister.
“[Cree] is obsessed with her,” Mowry revealed, adding that she thinks he’s Cairo’s favorite person in the world because “when he comes into the room, she’ll just start getting really excited and gets a big smile on her face.”
In her recent cover interview for Working Mother magazine, Tia revealed how Cree’s loving and caring personality put him in the middle of a difficult situation.
“One of his friends was being bullied. The bully cranked back his hand, and Cree knew that he was about to hit his friend. So, Cree stepped in front of the child and got hit in the chest,” Tia recalled.
Both Tia and Cree were upset, but for the actress, it was hard to know that her “gentle giant” was the victim of someone bullying another child, as she said:
“It’s really sad that you can’t protect your child from these environments. That’s the hardest thing about being a parent: You constantly worry, no matter what school you’re at, no matter your child’s gender. When they leave the house, you can’t always control the situation.”
At 41, Tia is busier than ever with her new Netflix series “Family Reunion,” her YouTube channel “Tia Mowry’s Quick Fix,” plus several other projects and parenting two kids.
And she says she couldn’t do it without having such an incredible support system with her parents, twin sister, friends and her online community of moms.
“Life is not perfect, and there are going to be times where you’re going to have to pull things out of your Mary Poppins bag,” she concluded.