While Tamera Mowry made it clear that she is feeling festive about the coming Christmas season, she got a little nostalgic as she posted a throwback picture of her family in matching red Christmas outfits from when her daughter Ariah was just a baby.
Tamera Mowry-Housley is about to celebrate another Christmas with her husband Adam and their two children, but she decided to share a picture from years back when her kids were still very young.
In the picture, she is dressed in all-plaid Christmas pajamas, while her husband wore a red shirt, plaid pajama pants, and a matching Santa hat with reindeer ears.
Meanwhile, their adorable daughter Ariah, then a baby, donned a red sweater with a penguin on it, striped leggings, and a pair of reindeer ears. Their son Aden wore a red sweater and a pair of striped leggings as well.
Tamera Mowry-Housley attends Tyler Perry Studios' Grand Opening Gala | Source: Getty Images/GlobalImagesUkraine
Tamera previously revealed that she believes Christmas season is the best time of the year.
Coming from such a big family, reunions are definitely on the schedule for the Mowry-Housley clan. Before celebrating with family near and far to reconnect and celebrate life, Tamera decided to feel a little nostalgic by looking back at when her two kids were still babies.
Now, they are a lot older and can truly experience the magic of Christmas, as it's easier for them to comprehend things nowadays.
Tamera previously revealed that she believes the Christmas season is the best time of the year. Thanks to this statement, fans may expect to see the holiday festivities by the Mowry-Housley family through their new YouTube channel, which they called "The Housley Life."
In their channel, they share adorable family vlogs, often answering fan questions about the couple's relationship, and taking care of their children. Now, their holiday hacks will most likely be included in their line up for this year, that's if they have enough time to shoot content.
With the holiday festivities drawing nearer, Tamera is most likely stocking up on wine, cheese, and cold cuts, as they're bound to celebrate it the Mowry-Housley way.