Tamera Mowry-Housley recently shared a video of her adorable kids Ariah and Aden cooking up a storm with their father, Adam Housley. The trio looked like they were having an amazing time.
Tamera Mowry-Housley’s house is definitely keeping busy with some fun experiments in the kitchen. The actress recently shared a video of her kids, Ariah and Aden Housley making pancakes with their father.
The video was filmed as footage for their YouTube channel, “The Housley life,” where the family shows their day-to-day activities to fans worldwide.
In the video, Aden, 8, and Ariah, 5 could be seen taking instructions from their father Adam, who wore a black T-shirt and a black cap while carrying a dishcloth over his shoulder. Aden, who started mixing first, wore a navy blue sports jersey. He seemed impressed with the recipe as he commented that the batter smelled good, to which Ariah agreed that “cinnamon smells really good.”
Ariah looked like a darling in a pretty yellow dress. On her head, she wore a fun headband with pink mouse ears and a blue princess veil. The sweet girl watched as she patiently waited for her turn to mix the ingredients.
The exchange between the two kids was humorous when Ariah eagerly asked for her turn to mix the batter, and big brother Aden responded that she would have to wait until their father said so.
All the while, Adam encouraged them by telling them that they were doing a good job. The video then accelerates with Aden continuing to mix.
“I’m your mom. I’m not your maid. You have to learn how to do this yourself.”
In the video caption, Tamera said that she loved watching her family in the kitchen together. The “Sister, Sister” actress’ passion for cooking developed when she started cooking with her mom at just eight years old.
The self-proclaimed breakfast aficionado also found that cooking with her kids was an exciting way to keep them entertained, especially during the quarantine period.
Despite enjoying this bonding time with her kids, Tamera has found it difficult to balance family time and personal time.
In 2019, the Emmy Award-winning talk show host told Essence that she would not have more kids. She added that as the kids got older, there was more work to be done to build their morals and sense of responsibility. She continued:
“I just got tired of cleaning up after them! After a while I was just like guys, ‘I’m your mom. I’m not your maid. You have to learn how to do this yourself.”
At the time, Tamera couldn't have known that she would have to take on another important role in her kids' lives.
Amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Aden and Ariah arevirtual-learning
from home, meaning Tamera will have to take over some teaching duties on top of her already full-time schedule.