How Tamera Mowry and Husband Adam Housley Celebrated Their Daughter Ariah's 5th Birthday (Photos)
Co-host of "The Real" Tamera Mowry-Housley and her husband Adam Housley took to their respective social media accounts to celebrate their daughter's fifth birthday by sharing sweet tributes.
Watching a child grow is the joy of almost every parent. Co-host of "The Real" and Emmy Award-winning talk show host Tamera Mowry-Housley and her husband Adam Housley took to Instagram to share pictures of their daughter Ariah as she turned five.
Adam shared a picture of Ariah wearing a pink long sleeve gown while matching it with pink shoes and a bag. Ariah looked beautiful as her long black hair fell in curls around her shoulder.
Captioning the image, Adam revealed that Ariah always brought so much joy and spunk and was often referred to as "The Little General." He concluded by saying:
"What an amazing 5 years it's been. Her smile, her spirit, her imagination....happy birthday to my little princess."
Similarly, Tamera also shared a picture of Ariah wearing a light pink gown and sporting a huge smile with her signature long hair cascading down the side of her face. Tamera admitted that she could not believe Ariah was turning five as it felt like it was only yesterday she was anxious to meet her daughter.
Tamera is done with having kids.
The proud mom also added that Ariah had changed her life for the better and was blessed with the gift of making someone's day get brighter. Aside from Ariah's charming smile, Tamera revealed that she loved the hugs her daughter gave.
"Her smile is sooo contagious ☺️☺️☺️ Happy 5th Birthdaaaay Ariah ??????."
Speaking on the birth of her daughter, Tamera once revealed to her other co-hosts on "The Real" that she wanted her daughter to look like her. She added that she was glad that she could see the similarities between herself and Ariah as she grew older.
While she enjoys being a mother to her two kids: Aden and Ariah, Tamera is done with having kids. In a chat with Essence, Tamera admitted that she wanted to focus on instilling strong values on her kids, and having more than two would make it difficult.