Tia Mowry from 'Sister, Sister' penned a heartfelt message for her son as she celebrated his ninth birthday with adorable throwback photos.
Tia Mowry was feeling nostalgic as she reflected in her son, Cree Hardrict's ninth birthday. The proud mom dug a few photos from when he was only a few months old as she penned a touching message.
In her birthday tribute, she shared some of her favorite moments. Her post included a photo of Cree as an infant joining her at an event, the mother-son duo cooking together, and an adorable snap of Cree posing with his baby sister, Cairo Hardrict.
"You make me laugh every single day and your heart is so pure and filled with love! You love life and are so considerate of others!"
The 'Sister, Sister' star also shared a few details about some of Cree's favorite things to do. She revealed that he loves to dance, he likes Roblox and to play basketball.
She also mentioned that her son loves spending time with his family and praised him for being a great big brother to Cairo. Speaking of family, Tia's little brother, Tahj Mowry, honored Cree with a sweet throwback photo.
Tia and Cree have always shared a special bond. According toCloser Weekly
, she admitted that he slept her bed with her husband, Cory Hardrict until he was four-years-old.
The proud mom said her youngest now sleeps in bed with them, and it something that doesn't bother Cory. Tia said she enjoys the sleeping arrangement because she doesn't want anything to stress her children.
Tia once shared that raising Cree had a few challenges. In an interview with PEOPLE, she revealed that her family dealt with a stressful time when they discovered that he had a peanut allergy and had to rush him to the hospital.
The actress said that he was diagnosed with his allergy at three-years-old, and the experience was all new to her since she never a peanut allergy growing up.
Tia explained to PEOPLE that the whole experience motivated her to help educate other parents to prevent them from accidentally exposing their children to allergens.
She has partnered with DBV Technologies and helped launch "Talking Peanut Allergy," which is an awareness campaign that helps educate people on the daily challenges of children with peanut allergies.