"Sister, Sister" star Tia Mowry and her baby daughter Cairo were in on the fun on social media channel, "TikTok," with the former sharing a funny video of both of them.
Tia Mowry shared the TikTok video with her fans on Instagram, and it had an equal dose of cuteness and hilariousness. The video began with Tia's daughter standing in the corridor, holding an iPad.
The cutie was wearing a patterned dress and leggings. Cairo's mom, who was behind the camera and recording, began to walk towards her daughter, who didn't look like she wanted to be disturbed.
Tia Mowry at Build Series to discuss her new book "Whole New You" on March 16, 2017 in New York City | Photo: Getty Images
While walking, the mother of two kept calling her daughter's attention, saying, "Excuse me" and "Excuse me miss" at intervals. Whether it was the game or something else, Cairo was in no mood to be bothered.
"#quarantine #day #13 Here's another fun @tiktok for ya! #cute #cairo Follow us @tiamowry [emoji]."
Many of Tia's followers and fans found her post funny, with most people amused by Cairo's facial expressions. One fan who commented said that the little cutie always look so serious.
Another fan joked that Cairo's expression was like telling her mother to get out of her face and ask her no questions, while a third person said that the one-year-old seemed to be in deep thought.
... she and her family have found ways to keep in touch with one another
The video showed how Tia and her family are spending time in quarantine amid the coronavirus pandemic, which the world continues to struggle with.
The actress, her husband, Cory Hardrict, and their kids, 8-year-old son Cree, and his sister, Cairo, are thirteen days into isolation, which Tia admitted in an ET interview has been overwhelming, and was getting to her.
The 41-year-old confessed while struggling to hold back tears, that the hardest part of the isolation was not being able to see her father, her brothers, and her sister.
Tia, however, said that despite being away from each other, she and her family have found ways to keep in touch with one another, using FaceTime, texting, and others.
The "Family Reunion" star's interview with ET was anchored by Katie Krause, and held via the video conference platform, "Zoom."
When Katie asked Tia how she's handling her emotional moments during this period, the actress had special praise for her husband, Cory, who she revealed always keeps her positive and up to date with information and statistics.