Tia Mowry's little girl Cairo is off to ballet school, donning a gorgeous purple tutu and a matching hair bow and mini ballet shoes.
Tia Mowry's youngest daughter Cairo is one adorable little girl, and aside from her weekly "Monday" looks, her mom now shows updates of her attending ballet class.
While Cairo wasn't exactly smiling in the picture, she looked quite comfortable in a purple tutu dress which was paired with a matching bow and ballet shoes.
Mowry updates her followers with weekly pictures of Cairo on Mondays, something that fans expect on a weekly basis.
Tia Mowry-Hardrict attends the "Build Brunch" event in Los Angeles | Source: Getty Images/GlobalImagesUkraine
At a year old, Cairo is already learning how to dance, and it's just one of the most recent things she's learned to do. On other days, she poses with the most hilarious facial expressions, as she is simply an entire mood of her own.
This habit of hers entertains millions, as Mowry updates her followers with pictures of Cairo on Mondays, something that fans expect on a weekly basis.
In the pictures, it's as if the little girl knows whenever it's Monday, echoing the sentiments of millions of people around the world whenever they have to get up to do something as they begin another week.
For Cairo, she would often do mundane things with a frown or a serious look on her face, and it, in turn, puts smiles on other people's faces.
Aside from Cairo, Tia and her husband Cory Hardrict share 8-year-old Cree. It took a while for Tia and Cory to conceive another child, as they didn't think it was possible.
Tia Mowry suffered from infertility issues that made it difficult for her to conceive another child after her son Cree. However, she was given the blessing of being pregnant with a second child, who is now her beautiful baby Cairo.
Through it all, she embraced her pregnancy journey, considering it as the blessing that it is. Now, that happy family of four makes the most out of their time together, and it's a sight that fans have the privilege of seeing through social media.