Tia Mowry from 'Sister, Sister' Proudly Shares Photo of Daughter Cairo in an Adorable Checked Outfit & Boots
Tia Mowry is a proud mom as she recently shared a picture of her adorable daughter wearing plaid. The actress, who is known for her body positivity advocacy, also couldn’t help wondering how time flies so quickly.
We’ve watched Cairo Tiahna grow up right before our eyes, so we understand Tia’s marvel that her baby girl is not so little anymore.
A few days ago, the "Sister Sister" alum took to Instagram with a photo of Cairo in a plaid, long-sleeved romper. The 18-month-old paired her stylish outfit with a black headband and matching lace-up boots.
"I was like, 'Was that a coincidence that she noticed it was baby based on the word instead of the picture?' We did it again..."
"Y'all look at her legs," Tia gushed in the caption. "#cairo is growing up! Almost #19months. No seriously. Where does the time go?"
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Annnnd we are BACK! #chicago was amazing and a special #happybirthday to @coryhardrict!!! We love you very much! You are the pillar and the strength to this family! We don’t know what we would do without you! Also, a big shout out to @theprivatesuite for hosting our family to and back! You helped make this trip amazing!!! #theprivatesuite
Fans in the comment section agreed that Cairo is indeed a beauty, and her serious expression in the snapshot amused many.
"How??? She’s so cute and serious," an Instagram user wrote.
"Lil Sis don’t get play no games," another quipped. "Cairo looks like she will put you in your place with her adorable self."
A MAGICAL BIRTHDAY
Since welcoming Cairo with her actor hubby Cory Hardrict last year, Tia has kept fans updated with everything from the tot's milestones to her own postpartum experiences. The couple also shares an eight-year-old son, Cree.
Back in May, Tia, 41, pulled out all the stops for Cairo’s first birthday, throwing a bohemian-themed party for friends and family in their backyard.
The fun bash, complete with a live mermaid, was attended by Tia and Cory’s loved ones, including the actress’s twin sister Tamera Mowry-Housley.
Just last month, Tia then told US Weekly that her daughter might be reading already. "[Cairo has] flashcards with words," she began, narrating how she made her discovery.
"We had the picture turned over so she could only see the word. There were all these different cards and I said, 'Show me where baby is! Show me the baby.' She turned over one card and was like, 'Meh,' and then she got really excited when she saw the word 'baby.' So she picked that one up and said, 'Baby!'"
"I was like, 'Was that a coincidence that she noticed it was baby based on the word instead of the picture?'" Tia added. "We did it again, and she picked up the word before seeing the picture!"
The "Family Reunion" star has also been quite the outspoken body positivity advocate, documenting her postpartum fitness journey to encourage other women.
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Checking in. #17months post pregnant. I did it my way and in my time. Many women feel the need to #snapback right away after they deliver. That was never the goal for me. I was called #fat during my #pregnancy and I was called #fat after my #pregnancy. Why do we do this to each other? Instead of #love one another other? I will never understand that. I intentionally documented my journey and became vulnerable to show #women that it’s okay to go at your own pace, it is okay to love yourself no matter where you are in your journey. Do not fold to societal pressures. After hard work with just diet and exercise, today I’m closer to my goal. Do I have loose skin and stretch marks? YES. Guess what?? I LOVE all me and I want you to love all of you too. #women #rock Workout fit- @kellyrowland @fabletics
In October, Tia made the sad revelation that she was body-shamed during and after pregnancy, but fortunately, the former child star refused to let the naysayers win and worked out at her own pace.
Tia revealed that she was close to her goal weight at 17 months postpartum and urged women to "love yourself no matter where you are in your journey" while remembering not to "fold to societal pressures."
We hear you loud and clear, Tia!
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