Happy mom Tia Mowry shared a lovely snapshot of her family as she gushed about being in her "happy place" and fans couldn't get enough of the sweet photo.
Tia Mowry Hardrict is a doting mom who takes pride in showing off her kids to the delight of fans.
Cree Hardrict, Tia Mowry-Hardrict, Cory Hardrict and Cairo Tiahna Hardrict arrives at the Premiere Of Sony Pictures' "Jumanji: The Next Level" on December 09, 2019 in Hollywood, California. | Photo: Getty Images
In a recent Instagram post shared shortly after the new year, the mom of two looked gorgeous as she posed with her children, Cree and Cairo. In the photo, the mother-children trio flashed beautiful grins for the camera as they posed in what seemed like their living room
In the accompanying caption, Mowry-Hardrict showed her motherhood joy as she wrote:
"My happy place. #motherhood #Cree #Cairo #home #family #happysunday."
Bck Online reports that in the wake of the new year, Tia took to Instagram to share appreciation posts while looking forward to more significant achievements in the new year.
In the long write up, the "Sister Sister" alum addressed her kids as she gushed over them. She wrote about her son:
"Cree, I am so proud of who you are becoming. You are my firstborn and my only son. You are so fun, considerate, and have a heart of gold! Seeing you grow has been so fulfilling and exciting. You are so special and loved."
The happy mom went on to praise her daughter Cairo as she added:
"Having a daughter has made me a better woman and person overall."
She added that getting back in shape was important, but there should be no rush about it.
In her words:
"Do I think it's important to get back to yourself? Yes, I think it's very important to get back to feeling great, get back to feeling like you were before having a baby… It took you almost 10 months or a year to grow a baby. And it's going to take time for you to get back to yourself."
Besides being an ideal mom, Tia Mowry made sure to keep her career alive.
She candidly revealed to PEOPLE that while she was younger, her career was her utmost priority, thereby leading to delaying childbirth till her thirties.
According to her, women in modern times set goals that they love to achieve before venturing into motherhood.