December 11, 2020
Like any family, Tamera Mowry and husband Adam Housley's household observes their own Christmas traditions. They recently shared their holiday traditions in a new video.
Tamera Mowry and husband Adam Housley opened up about their family Christmas traditions, from meals and decorations to holiday cards and gift-giving. The "Sister, Sister" started by saying:
"It's the most wonderful time of the year."
PUTTING UP DECORATIONS
On December 9, the couple posted a video on their YouTube channel, "The Housley Life," to share about the activities they do as a family during the holidays.
Mowry said that she loves the Christmas season because their family is able to spend quality time together and get some rest from the hustle and bustle.
One of her favorite activities during the holidays is putting up decorations, as she has always had a penchant for interior design. She showed off their couch pillow with "Season's Greetings" printed across it.
SERVING HOT DRINKS
Housley, for his part, said another activity he enjoys during the holidays is sharing bonding moments with the family over hot chocolate or warm cocoa.
The couple shares son Aden, 8, and daughter Ariah, 5, both of whom earlier expressed interest in acting after seeing their mom's "Sister, Sister" series.
Of course, their Christmas celebration will not be complete without gift-giving.
WATCHING CHRISTMAS MOVIES
Housley also shared that their families take turns hosting Christmas festivities. One Christmas they wound spend with Housley's family, and the next with Mowry's family.
Mowry shared another major highlight in their Christmas celebration as a family. She said, "We always have a feast and after that, we all go to the movies."
Incidentally, the former "The Real" co-host stars in a new Hallmark movie titled "Christmas Comes Twice," alongside Sheryl Lee Ralph and Michael Xavier. It will debut on December 13.
GAMES AND GIFTS
Another fun activity that their family indulges in are games such as Pictionary. Housley said they also take lots of pictures to remember the fun moments.
Of course, their Christmas celebration will not be complete without gift-giving. Mowry said what she loves about exchanging gifts is the thought process that goes into choosing the gift for a family member.
Meanwhile, she said that quarantining together during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic tested her and her husband's relationship. But they both learned to have patience with each other.