'Sister, Sister' star Tia Mowry, and her husband celebrated Memorial Day Weekend with their children during a patriotic-themed barbeque and pool party.
Tia Mowry from "Sister, Sister" has always celebrated her military background. In an interview with PEOPLE, she revealed that her parents, Tim and Darlene ran away to get married and serve in the army at 18-years-old.
She admitted that growing up on an army base helped her develop a unique appreciation for veterans and active soldiers.
It is reported on Veteran's Day Tia usually gets together with her family, and they make it a point to discuss with her children her parent's experience in serving the country. For Memorial Day in 2018, she paid tribute to them and wrote:
"We honor those today who have fallen. Both my parents served in the #army. My dad, on the right trained many that went to war."
This year, Tia posted another family-orientated message for Memorial Day Weekend as celebrated with a patriotic-themed barbeque and pool party.
In her caption, she said that even though they were celebrating at home, she was grateful for her her family's health and being together.
"During this quarantine, what really matters has come to the forefront, and I am very grateful," Tia added.
One fan complimented her pictures and said, "you have a beautiful family!" Other fans shared their surprise to how big her son, Cree, had gotten. Her husband, Cory Hardrict's man-bun, got the attention of another fan.
Although growing up in the army meant Tia and her family traveled a lot from Germany to Hawaii to Texas. She admitted that the time away from his siblings and parents amidquarantine has been difficult
During an interview with Entertainment Tonight, she became emotional as she explained that it has been hard on her not seeing her family because they are all so close.
Tia shared that she worried a lot about her parents because they are older. However, they have been keeping in touch on FaceTime.
She revealed they have been able to keep in constant communication about everything from sharing meals they've cooked to sharing photos of projects around the house.