Tamera Mowry's Husband Adam Housley Gushes over Their Kids as They Smile for a Photo Outdoors
Tamera Mowry's husband, Adam Housley was in awe of their cute son and beautiful daughter after sharing a gorgeous picture of the duo smiling in an outdoor photo.
Adam Housley was in for a fun moment when he shared a cute picture of his beautiful kids. Housley always makes sure he pours out his love for his children on social media.
Aden and Ariah are the product of Housley and Tamera Mowry's over-a-decade-long love story. Housley's love for his kids can only be bested by his passion for their mother.
The couple who wedded in 2011 has often described raising their kids as an incredible experience which they are delighted to undertake.
In the photo, curly-haired Aden was seen sporting a shirt with a Chelsea logo while sitting alongside his sister wearing a cute wide smile. The proud father gushed on the post;
"@coolpatchpumpkins with the kids. A family tradition, and it's cool to see the pics each year and how much they've changed".
Housley's fans seem to be big admirers of his kids and did not waste time reacting to the post. The post has gathered over eighteen thousand likes and over a hundred comments.
One fan commented that Ariah looked beautiful while another noted that the kids are growing quite fast. A third fan said he was excited about Aden being a Chelsea fan while a fourth fan remarked that the family was indeed adorable.
The excellent balance for Mowry is learning to prioritize and organize work life and family life.
If there is one person who loves being a mother, it is Mowry. The actress reportedly said in an interview that motherhood had changed a lot of things about her.
As mothers were gearing up for the annual Mother's Day, Mowry took time to reflect on her motherhood journey. The singer revealed that every day saw her working hard to be the best parent she could be and she always had to be on her toes to anticipate her children's needs.
The actress said being a mother teaches her patience and unconditional love daily. Growing up with a strict mother, Mowry revealed that she had realized the value of that strictness now that she has become a mother.
The "Sister, Sister" star is one who is familiar with the hustle of a successful career and trying to balance the equation with the right home. Mowry knows fully well that overbearing burdens of the family slows one's career and vice versa.
The actress revealed that she had learned to multitask at her workplace and also as a mother. For her, there is no break from being a mother even when you are sick.
The excellent balance for Mowry is learning to prioritize and organize work life and family life. The actress also noted the role of a supportive partner.
Mowry wasted no time in leaping to the defense of her husband after he was accused of being a racist. The mother of two stated emphatically that her husband should not be considered racist because of his affiliations with Fox News.