December 13, 2020
Tia Mowry recently shared a photo of her adorable daughter Cairo wearing a face mask and a cute, stylish outfit. The post came with a motivating message for her followers.
Tia Mowry is serious when it comes to taking the necessary precautions amid the coronavirus pandemic. Now that her city, Los Angeles, is under lockdown, she took to her Instagram to encourage her fans to stay safe.
The "Sister, Sister" actress shared a photo of her ever-adorable daughter, Cairo, along with a message proving that her daughter can be cute and safe at the same time.
In the snap, Cairo was pictured standing outdoors on a long dusty road. The toddler looked stylish in a white dress with flower details and strappy shoes from Age of Innocence.
On her head, she wore a classy turban with rose detail and a matching face mask covering her mouth and nose but still revealing her curious eyes as she looked ahead at the camera.
Mowry used the opportunity to send a serious message via her caption, which encouraged her fans to wear their masks for the sake of protecting one another. She wrote:
"We haven’t let our #masks stop us from being cute. Look, if she can do it. We can do it."
Fans responded to the actress' plea in the comments section. One fan wrote, "Awwww... so cute! I feel so bad for these babies having to wear masks, but I know that it’s necessary." Another added, "Beautiful with or without the mask."
Mowry, who has been dealing with parenting during the quarantine, has managed well despite the limitations. However, she admitted to Parents that she disliked doing school work with the kids.
The "Family Reunion actress also revealed that she had mastered the art of scheduling her kids' activities and making sure that meal and play times were followed according to plan.
Mowry also added that she struggled to balance being a strict mom and a fun mom. If her Instagram posts with her cute children are anything to go by, she has been nailing her role as a mother.
The "Twitches" actress regularly shares pics and videos of herself spending time with her kids, Cairo, 2, and Cree, 8. The devoted mom does everything from cooking to watching TV with the kids.
Even with all the time she spends with her kids, Mowry's two-year-old daughter, Cairo, still struggles to differentiate between her mom and aunt, Tamera Mowry-Housley.
She said not only did Cairo confuse the two sisters, but she also referred to her cousin, Ariah Mowry-Housley, as Cairo because the two girls also look similar to each other.