Tia Mowry, Husband Cory Hardrict and Their Kids Cree & Cairo Melt Hearts Posing in Matching Christmas Pajamas
Christmas is in the air for Tia Mowry and her family. They recently posed in matching pajamas, and internet users have been gushing non-stop about the adorable photo shared via social media.
Tia and her husband, actor Cory Hardrict, make one of Hollywood's cutest families with their two little ones, but matching Christmas pajamas are on a whole new level.
The "Sister Sister" alum took to Instagram yesterday with the family photo of everyone rocking plaid pajamas. The snapshot was captured in front of the fireplace and had the actress linking arms with her husband.
"I have to learn how to draw that line and be like, 'Tia, maybe this is why, sometimes, your kids run all over you.'"
Cree, eight, wrapped his arms around Tia while Cairo, 19 months, looked pretty content in daddy's arms. The entire family brought on their A-game with the smiles, including Cairo, who is known for her serious expressions.
FANS ARE IN LOVE
"Is there anything cuter than matching family Christmas pajamas?" Tia captioned the post, which was made in partnership with a clothing retail store.
Fans trooped to the comment section to express how adorable the family is, and others were genuinely delighted to see Cairo smiling. "Awww aren’t y’all the cutest!" one Instagram user raved. "Happy Holidays."
"And OMG Cairo is smiling," chimed in another.
A third fan added: "Aww, you guys look so adorable in this pic."
HAPPY IN LOVE
Tia, 41, and Cory, 40, have been happily married for over a decade, probably partly because they cultivated a friendship many years before tying the knot.
Tia once revealed that after meeting and getting attracted to each other on the set of the 2005 film "Hollywood Horror," she and Cory went on to have a one-year courtship. During that time, the couple went on dates in the presence of other people and didn’t kiss until after that year.
Tia and Cory eventually got married in 2008 and welcomed their son, Cree, in 2011. Cairo came along in May 2018 after the actress's battle with endometriosis.
While Tia often opens up about the fulfillment that comes from being a mom, the "Family Reunion" star is also not afraid to share the not-so-glamorous side of parenting.
The Hollywood star recently graced the cover of Romper Magazine's Holiday issue and spoke candidly about suffering postpartum depression as well as the drastic physical changes she's noticed in her body.
"First of all, I am not afraid to say this," she shared, via E! News. "But I literally have to pick up my boobs to see my waist… Literally, haul them up and be like, 'Oh, there it is.'"
Tia has also been very vocal about the journey to getting her body back. She uses social media to encourage other women to ignore societal pressure and do things at their pace. Her parenting techniques and qualities are other things the West Germany-born actress has no trouble sharing.
In a recent interview with PEOPLE's "Celeb Parents Get Real," she confessed:
"I am fun, I’m funny, I am like your best friend. I love being with my kids, I love making my kids laugh…That would probably be my worst quality, as well! I have to learn how to draw that line and be like, 'Tia, maybe this is why, sometimes, your kids run all over you, because they think you’re their friend!'"
Tia emphasized, however, that she wasn’t planning to change her personality or parenting style. "Authenticity is the most important thing, and to never change for anyone," she said.
In the meantime, the Mowry-Hardrict family appears to be having a lot of fun with getting ready for Christmas. We can’t wait to see what else they’ll be coming up with in the next couple of days.
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