Tamera Mowry's Kids Look Happy Wearing Masks in New Family Pic after Meeting Her at an Airport
Looks like Tamera Mowry-Housley is back where she belongs. The mother of two shared a heartwarming photo of herself with her kids, who surprised her at the airport.
“Airport arrival surprise! Flanked by cuteness! #happytobehome #missedmybabies”
Mowry-Housley and her children all wore facemasks in adherence to the coronavirus (COVID-19) safety rules, with her son, Aden, wearing a red mask with pineapple designs.
The “Sister, Sister” actress wore a cheeky snakeskin pattern face mask while her daughter, Ariah, wore a princess-pink face mask, pulled down to her chin to reveal her adorable beaming smile.
Mowry-Housley, 42, shares her two precious kids with husband, journalist Adam Housley. The couple has a family Youtube channel, “The Housley Life,” which focuses on the family’s everyday life.
Recently the couple did a Q & A on the channel where they talked candidly about topics such as the challenges of parenting, postpartum depression, and different parenting styles.
Like most families, the Housleys have had to deal with life during quarantine and social distancing while also dealing with young children. Finding ways to make it fun has been a priority for Mowry-Housley.
In an exclusive interview with PEOPLE, “The Real” talk show host described the kid's corner she created to keep the children entertained. The kids also enjoy time in the kitchen with their mother.
Mowry-Housley has always been an involved parent, making sure to prepare her children for school well in advance. The active mom was featured in Education and Career News, where she gave tips on getting ready for school.
The “Twitches” actress urged parents to take advantage of sales and keep an updated calendar of important school events. She added:
“But there is one thing we can all agree upon and do: get involved. Volunteer. It costs nothing. However big or small, your voice matters. Support your children and teachers.”
Both of Mowry-Housley’s children, Aden, seven and Ariah, five, have been learning virtually due to the pandemic, and the PayPal partner was ready to take on the challenge.
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