Tamera Mowry Wishes Sister Tia's Daughter Cairo on Her 2nd Birthday
'Sister, Sister' star Tamera Mowry shared a heartfelt message in honor of her niece, Cairo Hardrict's second birthday, and expressed her longing in seeing her.
Celebrating birthdays amid quarantine has been difficult for family members, who can’t be together for special occasions. But many people have made the best of their new normal. Recently, Tamera Mowry sent a heartfelt message to her niece's birthday, she said:
"Happy birthday to my sweet baby niece Cairo. Auntie misses hugging and kissing you. Can't wait till we see each other soon."
Along with her heartfelt message, Tamera shared a photo of Cairo looking adorable in a pink tutu, complete with a matching bow on her head.
While wiping away tears, she said, "the hardest part…not being able to see my dad, my brothers, and my sister has been pretty hard because we're all very close."
Tia said she has been trying to keep her mind off feeling down by focusing on her looking after her family and keeping his children busy. Although she hasn’t revealed any of Cairo’s birthday plans, in a tribute, she gushed:
"You have grown into an amazing beautiful girl. I feel so blessed to be your mother! You are so smart, give the best kisses."
On her Instagram story, Tia proudly reflected on the previous year when she threw Cairo a lavish bohemian-themed party for her first birthday.
She shared footage of the party, which revealed that Cairo had two outfit changes during the event. She wore a bohemian style jumper and the changed into a custom tulle dress.
In another memory, the "Sister, Sister" star shared a year ago about welcoming Cairo, Tamera revealed she drank Tia's breastmilk.
It is reported, Tamera explained on an episode of "The Real" that she had been feeling sick, and after Tia looked up the benefits of breastmilk, she tried some from her sister, and remedy surprisingly worked.
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