Here's How Tamera Mowry's Kids Celebrated Their First Day of Online School (Photo)
Tamera Mowry and her lovely kids showed off positivity in a new social media post as they looked radiant and got ready for online school amid the novel Coronavirus pandemic.
Star mom Tamera Mowry has chosen to look on to the brighter side of the new normal as she got her kids, Aden and Ariah, prepared for the new school year.
On Instagram, the former child star shared a candid shot of her children who looked no less adorable as they displayed signs showing their new classes.
While Aden donned a puzzle-print shirt and a pair of jean shorts, he completed his dapper outfit with a pair of sparkly white sneakers.
[Mowry] shared that before the school calendar commenced, she was busy working full-time to ensure that her children were not bored.
His younger sister looked pretty in a pink floral print playsuit matched with pink sandals. Ariah's glam came complete with a pink bow on her sleek black hair. Their proud mom captioned the post:
"In these crazy times, we still have to celebrate the first day of school… even if it is online. They are growing so fast…"
The star mom was not alone as followers joined her in gushing over her bundles of joy while fawning over them in the comment section.
In her latest interview with People, the "The Real" alum excitedly shared her enthusiasm about her kids' online classes. Mowry referred to it as a challenge she was willing to take. She told the news site:
"They are not going back to the physical classroom but will be doing virtual learning. It's going to be interesting, to say the least."
The 42-year-old shared that before the school calendar commenced, she was busy working full-time to ensure that her children were not bored. Mowry's kids had fun learning to cook while trying out different recipes.
Last year, the "Sister Sister" star made it known that she was at the stage where her kids would start learning more values. Mowry also mentioned that she was done having kids and would instead focus on teaching them ethics.
The mom-of-two stated that parenting was a lot of work that went beyond "changing diapers." The Emmy Award-winning TV star shared that she taught her children how to clean up at an early stage. She also makes sure to instill moral lessons during playtime.