September 23, 2019
Legendary cartoon character, “Scooby-Doo” just turned fifty, and Tia Mowry went with her son, Cree, to the birthday celebration looking simple, chic, and ready to party.
It’s rare to see mothers and their sons spend “Mother-son” time together; it’s usually father-son time. But Tia Mowry chose to have one with her son, Cree Hardrict, at the celebration of “Scooby-Doo” 50th birthday.
The celebrity mom shared a photo on Instagram of herself and her little man at the event looking casual and chic. Mowry wore blue jeans, white shirt, silver jacket, and white sneakers, while her son wore a T-shirt with “Scooby-Doo” design, shorts, and black sneakers.
The show debuted on September 1969 on CBS as “Scooby-Doo, Where Are You?”
The mother and son beamed standing beside a “Scooby-Doo” mascot, and the TV talk show host captioned it,
“Celebrating #ScoobyDoo50 with Cree! Happy birthday, @ScoobyDoo.”
Her followers gushed on how cute the two looked, with one person writing,
“Man it feels like you just had him like yesterday. Time flies; so handsome, so grown up, and the cutest mama, and son duo.”
Mowry and Cree equally snapped with the mascot with the mystery machine bus as their backdrop. The two laughed heartily as they pointed to something in front of them. Fans of the cartoon show equally joined in the excitement, reminiscing on how long the “Scooby gang,” has been on TV.
You need to do the cry-out method. Put your baby in the crib, and I’m like no, I don’t want my baby to have any form of stress whatsoever.
The show debuted on September 1969 on CBS as “Scooby-Doo, Where Are You?” It was initially a Hanna-Barbera Production, and Warner Bros later took over it. From July, the production house had a “50 Days of Scooby-Doo Countdown,” which ended on September 13.
That same month, a revival, “Scooby-Doo: Return to ZombieLand” debuted at the San Diego Comic-Con, and “Scooby-Doo and Guess Who,” currently airs on Boomerang, giving children like Cree a taste of the show his mother watched while growing up.
The “Sister, Sister” star and her first child whom she shares with husband, Cory Hardrict, share a close bond. The two shared a bed with Cory until the little boy turned four, and the TV star explained in a past interview why she let her son sleep with her, and her husband.
She said although the dad-of-two had no problem with it, her mom, told her,
“… you need to do the cry-out method. Put your baby in the crib, and I’m like no, I don’t want my baby to have any form of stress whatsoever.”
Cree had zero stress, and with a baby sister, Cairo, to look after, he now sleeps in his bed, and his mom is super proud of him.