Tamera Mowry of 'The Real' Shares Precious Photo with Her Growing Kids Aden and Ariah
Tamera Mowry welcomed the New Year celebrating the love she shares with her husband Adam Housley and her children.
Actress Tamera Mowry is first and foremost a doting mom to the two children she shares with Adam Housley: Aden and Ariah.
The co-host of "The Real" posted a stunning photo of herself with her two babies on Instagram, sharing the love with her fans.
Tamera Mowry and Adam Housley with their children at the Milk + Bookies 7th Annual Story Time Celebration/ Source: Getty Image
TAMERA MOWRY CELEBRATES HER FAMILY
Tamera's first post of the New Year clearly defines what is for her, the most precious - her family.
Tamera shared the most adorable black and white photo of herself and her two children sitting in what looks like a wooden box.
Aden, 7, and Ariah, 4, are looking at the camera, while Tamera smiles down at the precious children in her arms. She captioned the post with a shoutout to husband Adam Housley:
"No matter what happens, these two ALWAYS brighten my day and make me feel #grateful for our little #family @adamhousley. #momlife"
The cohost of "The Real" and her family have had a difficult year coping with the death of a family member at the Thousand Oaks massacre in November 2018. There were also rumors that Adam was suffering from ill health, which Tamera dismissed.
TAMERA MOWRY WANTS TO ADOPT
Tamera revealed on "The Real" that she and Adam are considering growing her family by adopting an older child.
Tamera and Fox News correspondent Adam Housley married in 2011 after dating for almost six years.
Tamera and her twin Tia teen became famous playing switched-at-birth twins in the ABC/WB 90s hit sitcom "Sister, Sister."
TAMERA MOWRY MOURNS MURDERED NIECE
On November 7, 2018, just over a year ago, the Housley family suffered a brutal blow.
Adam Housley and Tamera Mowry's niece Alaina Housley was one of the victims of the Thousand Oaks massacre.
A gunman walked into the popular bar and shot at the patrons, killing 12 people. Among them was Alaina, 18.
Tamera would later share her pain at the senseless death of the vivacious young woman on "The Real," and honor her in several posts on Instagram.