'Sister Sister' Star Tia Mowry Shows How Her Family Mornings Look like in a Funny Photo
Tia Mowry showed fans what her picture-perfect family looks like in the mornings, and the hilarious photo sent her fans cracking up!
Star mom Tia Mowry Hardrict regularly puts out endearing images of her lovely family, but a new post from her gave fans a sneak peek on their mornings. The funny snapshot showed Mowry and her kids bearing jovial facial expressions while beaming for the camera.
THE HARDRICTS' MORNINGS
In the post, the "Sister Sister" actress stood with her kids in their luxury bathroom as they stared wide-eyed at the camera. The three looked disheveled with their tousled hair and rumpled sleeping clothes as Mowry captioned:
"This is what our mornings look like don't judge #happy #weekend "motherhood…"
Fans in the comments, excitedly joined in the family's fun as they shared their hearty comments. Someone mentioned: "The fact that your PJs are super wrinkly just screamed how this photo is real…" Many fans couldn't get past the family's bathroom, which they gushed over.
PARENTING IN THE HARDRICT HOUSEHOLD
When it comes to parenting, Tia, and her spouse, Cory Hardrict, share equal responsibilities of being in charge. Once speaking with HuffPost, the star actress said: "We don't put gender roles on our marriage and our relationship. If I'm working a lot and Cory's home, he will put Cree to bed…"
However, Mowry admitted to ET that self-quarantine was becoming overwhelming.
Also, the mom-of-two doesn't allow public opinion to get to her as fans once chastised her for co-sleeping with her children, Cree and Cairo. For her, co-sleeping gave the reassurance of their safety when her kids were toddlers who couldn't express themselves with words.
MOWRY'S CAREER LONGEVITY
The 41-year-old actress was a child star who along with her twin sister, Tamera Mowry Housley, became TV favorites for their 90s show, "Sister, Sister." With time, the sisters went on to gain more success in Hollywood.
According to Tia, her Hollywood success story boiled down to the fact that she kept on being relevant and evolving with time. She told Forbes in an interview:
"I would have to say the best part is getting to evolve and grow into who I am today, and not allow myself to falter in any kind of way…"
Presently, the "Family Reunion" star has enough time on her hands to get closer to her kids and enjoy more family time due to the ongoing lockdown.
Tia added that she's been able to reach her parents and siblings through FaceTime and chats, but she missed having physical contact with them.