Tamera Mowry Enjoys Motherhood as She Plays with Balloon Animals with Her Kids Aden & Ariah
Tamera Mowry, who first gained fame in the hit series "Sister, Sister," has been all about her children. She recently shared a loving snap of herself with her two children playing with balloon animals.
Motherhood has consumed 42-year-old TV show personality Tamera Mowry in a good way. Life with her children, Aden and Ariah Housley, whom she shares with Adam Housley, has been exciting and fulfilling.
Mowry has been hands-on with the needs of her children. With the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the doting mother shared on Instagram a glimpse of a fun indoor activity with Aden and Ariah.
TV show host Tamera Mowry poses for a portrait at the 45th Daytime Emmy Awards in April 2018. | Photo: Getty Images
A FUN TIME WITH CHILDREN
In the cute picture, Mowry, dressed in a black outfit, sat in between Aden, 8, and Ariah, 5, on the floor. Aden, who wore a grey long-sleeved shirt, was holding a blue balloon, about to make a shape out of it.
On the other hand, Ariah, dressed in a pink dress, beamed with a smile looking at her dog made out of a red balloon. Mowry was amazed by her daughter’s cute balloon toy. She wrote:
"You guys have never seen a dog like this – Squeakee the Balloon Dog is everything that you love about balloons and a puppy put together. My kids could play with this for hours. ??"
In her caption, Mowry also wrote that the balloon dog they made could be one of the possible gift ideas for the holidays. With her adorable snap, many fans described the doting mother as a "great mom."
Other fans in the comment section noted that Mowry and her children are one beautiful family. Some admired Mowry’s parenting skills, while others commented with heart emojis.
Before starting the new chapter of her work, Mowry earlier paid tribute to her late niece, Alaina Housley, who died in November 2018.
Relishing moments with her children shows that Mowry had found peace following her recent departure from “The Real" after a seven-year stint in the daytime talk show. She remains close with her former colleagues.
Mowry said she would individually catch up with them. In a past interview with ET, she shared that the talk show ladies, Jeannie Mai, Adrienne Bailon-Houghton, and Loni Love, will always be part of her family.
A few days ago, Mowry signed an overall deal with Hallmark’s Crown Media Family Networks. She will have a holiday-themed movie called "Christmas Comes Twice" and she'll also be joining the network's Home & Family as a contributor.
A fan's comment on Tamera Mowry's Instagram post saying that her family is beautiful. | Photo: instagram.com/tameramowrytwo
MORE THAN JUST A FAMILY
Mowry shared that her extended stay in the network has made the company more than just a family. She previously starred and executive-produced various Hallmark movies, including “A Christmas Miracle” and “Christmas Angel.”
Before starting the new chapter of her work, Mowry earlier paid tribute to her late niece, Alaina Housley, who died in November 2018. She was one of the victims of the mass shooting in Thousand Oaks bar in California two years ago.
In September, her husband Adam Housely also relived Alaina’s memory and wrote that her family missed her. The Emmy-winning journalist took Instagram a picture of his niece when the latter was still a toddler.
Alaina is the daughter of Housley's brother, Arik Housley, and wife Hannah Housley. The family has dedicated a foundation in Alaina’s honor called "Alaina’s Voice Foundation."