Tia Mowry of 'Sister, Sister' Fame Shares New Photo with Her Daughter Cairo
"Sister, Sister" star Tia Mowry has had fans admiring her little daughter Cairo for some time now, and recently she treated them with a new picture of the "baby lioness."
In the snap, the "Sister, Sister" star was seen pampering her little one with a loving kiss, and little Cairo, who was dressed in a pleasing pink dress, reciprocated her mother's affectionate gesture.
A MOTHER'S AMBITION
Beside the snap depicting motherly love, Mowry also took the opportunity to share her inspirational ambitions for little Cairo and how she plans to raise her.
In the captions, Mowry shared that she plans to raise her daughter to be a strong and independent woman who is confident about her opinions. She also shared that she will instill in her daughter the faith that she can do anything that she puts her mind to.
The "Twitches" star also claimed her daughter was a baby lioness, and it was only a matter of time that she roars. At that note, the fans could not hold back and chimed in on the comments section to admire the mother-daughter duo.
One fan took to the comments to claim that little Cairo had an exemplary mother, and there was no doubt that "The Hot Chick" star's daughter would be as amazing as herself.
Yet another fan approved of Mowry's attitude towards motherhood, while others could not help themselves from announcing Mowry as the best mom.
THEIR SECOND CHILD
Mowry welcomed her second child, Cairo, in May 2018 with her husband Cory Hardrict, and have since gushed over the adorable photos of little Cairo and her brother Cree on their social media.
Cairo's parents have also made headlines in the past for their unconventional parenting methods. In a conversation with "PEOPLE," Mowry revealed that she and her husband co-sleep with their children.
However, her mother, Darlene Mowry, is strictly against the couple's choice of letting their kids share their bed as experts suggest that sleeping on an adult bed can put babies at risk of suffocation and increase sleep-related deaths.
They also claim that it is vital for kids to share the room with their parents for the first year of their life, but they should have a separate sleeping arrangement like a bassinet or a crib, which, according to a post on Instagram, the couple seems to have attached to their bed.