Tamera Mowry and Husband Adam Answer Questions about Their Parenting Journey
In "The Housley Life" show, Hollywood star, Tamera Mowry and her spouse had tidbits to share on how self-quarantine and parenting have been so far.
With the kids at home, self-quarantine would most likely be a lot of fun in the Mowry-Housley household as the young family gets to bond even better. However, parenting amid the lockdown has it's flipside, and Tamera and her spouse can totally relate!
Tamera Mowry and Adam Housley at the Entertainment Weekly's Screen Actors Guild Award Nominees Celebration on January 20, 2018 | Photo: Getty Images
QUARANTINING WITH THE KIDS
The celebrity couple looked radiant as they sat for their candid chat on the family's show. While "The Real" co-host sported a white shirt with her hair packed up in a bun, her spouse wore a brown t-shirt with a Housley face cap. Mowry said:
"It's been amazing, especially as working parents...To spend some quality time with our kids…"
However, the "Twitches" actress confirmed that it could be challenging as she referred to self-quarantine as "24-hour parenting."
Unlike times when she and her partner are at work and have a "me-time" to themselves, the lockdown doesn't allow for that. The mom-of-two admitted that she and Adam "had faced some parenting dilemmas."
It is safe to say that over the years, the "Sister, Sister" alum has been recognized for how she keeps it real.
Q & A SESSION
After the Fox News alum and his Hollywood star wife shared their quarantine experience, they moved to an interactive session where fans got to ask them questions about their family and how they handle parenthood. When asked if she had always wanted to be a mom, the reality star answered in the affirmative.
Tamera made it known that she wanted to be a mother right from age four and her mom helped nurture the feeling with a baby doll that was made to look like a real baby.
Adam also said he always wanted to be a parent as he had kids around him while growing. Mowry added that one of the things that drew her to Housley was his tendency to be a family man.
THE HOUSLEY LIFE
It is safe to say that over the years, the "Sister, Sister" alum has been recognized for how she keeps it real when talking about relatable issues, and in a bid to keep up with fans, she and her hubby launched the family's YouTube channel.
With "The Housley Life," the Mowry-Housley clan promises fans an undiluted sneak peek into their home and lifestyle.
Adam confirmed this in the teaser clip where he said: "If you follow us on social media or you see us on television, you know that it's all about family and friends…"