Tia Mowry Shares Photo of Daughter Cairo out for Walk but Still Keeping Her Social Distance Amid COVID-19
Tia Mowry was teaching her daughter, Cairo about social distancing as she took her children outside for a walk to enjoy the sunshine.
The actress showed off a picture of her daughter practising social distancing. She revealed, "going for our walks (getting our #vitamin D) and of course keeping our #socialdistancing This is day #11 for us staying at home."
Showing her concern for her fans around the world, whose families have also been affected by the pandemic, she posed a thoughtful question to them, saying:
"How is everyone feeling? How are you doing?"
The proud mother of two opened up about her experience with motherhood in the Netflix docuseries titled, "Pump and Dump." It explores her life, balancing her career and being a mother.
In an interview with Essence, Tia revealed that she chose to wait to have children until she was in her thirties because she had finished college and had "all of [her] ducks in a row" with other career opportunities after starring in "Sister, Sister."
Tia and her husband Cory Hardrict have two children together, Cairo and Cree. She argued with Essence that working mothers have different expectations placed on them compared to their partners, she explained:
"Society just puts these standards on women that we have to do everything. We have to cook, we have to clean, we have to be a mom."
In an empowering message about self-love, she admitted that working on her mid-section since giving birth to Cairo in 2018 has been a difficult task.
Tia revealed that she is trying not to be hard on herself as she works on losing weight, and is focused on having fun with her workouts.
She shared that she is learning to embrace her stretch marks and excess skin and proudly said, "two amazing beautiful children were birthed and I rejoice."
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