Tia Mowry Shares Photo of Daughter Wearing Red Top & Brown Boots Posing Next to the Sofa
Tia Mowry-Hardrict shared a sweet pic of her daughter, Cairo, as she rocked a red and brown combo, on Instagram.
Besides being the star girl of the sitcom "Sister Sister," Tia Mowry-Hardrict has grown into a wife and a doting mother.
The 41-year-old who is happily married to Cory Hardrict has everyone gushing over the two lovely children they share. This was the case when Tia recently took to Instagram to share a picture of her second child, Cairo Tiahna, who looked as calm as possible.
In the photo, the 1-year-old struck a pose as she rocked a red sleeveless top over navy blue leggings and brown booties.
The post came months after Tia and her husband threw their daughter a lavish party to celebrate her first birthday.
According to People, Tia had dropped details on an episode of her Kin Network show party "Tia Mowry's Quick Fix." The mother-of-two revealed that she had initially planned to celebrate Cairo's first birthday at a "fun play center."
However, she changed her mind at the last minute because celebrating the birthday; a play center didn't "feel right."
Eventually, she ended up going for a bohemian-theme for the bash, the theme was not only used at her daughter's baby shower, but it was also the vibe of the tot's room.
The excited mother filled her backyard with low tables and floor seating, as well as plenty of teepees for the kids to play in.
In the episode, Tia also revealed that she and Cairo rocked matching flower crowns, which her daughter surprisingly kept on for most of the party.
Months after the successful event, Daily Mail reported that the "Family Reunion" star had talked about the challenges of balancing work and motherhood.
During the interview with Netflix Family, Tia had revealed that she was frustrated at the way nobody asked men how they balanced their work and fatherhood.
Despite that slight hiccup, Tia is still happy to share updates of her children's growth, especially Cairo, who has reportedly started her reading journey.
"[She has] flashcards with words. 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.'"
To ensure that it wasn't a coincidence that Cairo noticed it was baby, based on the word instead of the picture, Tia repeated the process. Luckily, she got the same result, and her family couldn't be happier about the development.