December 20, 2020

Tia Mowry's Adorable Kids Visited Santa — See Her Daughter's Worried Christmas Mood in This Pic

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American actress Tia Mowry shared an adorable and wholesome throwback photo of her kids' visit to Santa last year. Check out her little daughter Cairo's hilarious reaction to the holiday affair.

Every visit to Santa breeds different reactions from kids. Some show excitement, some shy away because they might be on the naughty children list, while others are simply terrified of this giant good-natured "monster" in the red costume. 

It is safe to say that Tia Mowry's little daughter Cairo falls under the category of kids who clearly want to have nothing to do with the Christmas King. 

Tia Mowry at the premiere of "The Peanuts Movie" on November 1, 2015. | Photo: Getty Images


The adorable 2-year-old was seen close to throwing a tantrum in a recent throwback photo from the family's visit to Santa Claus last year. She was cradled in his arms, dressed in a cute grey and white outfit with her hands balled into fists, and her face all scrunched up. 

Her older brother Cree, on the other hand, was evidently having a good time as he had a wide smile on his handsome face. He was clad in an all-black outfit with a gold chain hanging around his neck. Mowry humorously captioned the shot:

"Y'all that time #cairo and #cree visited #santa last year. @creehardrict had his list ready and Cairo wasn't having it. #christmas ?"



It goes without notice that Cairo had a more receptive reaction to the Halloween festive season this year. In the photo posted on her mother's Instagram feed, the sweet child was in a calmer mood as she posed with the actress. 

They were both dressed in pink matching swan sweatshirts, layered tutus, and gold shoes. The photo was taken outside what looked like their house beside giant pumpkins and vegetables, and Mowry even had a cute one in hand. 

It seems like the acting prowess just might run in the family. 


The wholesome post comes a few months after it was announced that the actress would be a part of Lifetime Channel's original movie franchise for the next couple of years to come. 

In the three-picture deal, the 42-year-old is to feature in and produce three movies via her production company, Tiegen Kosiak, for their "It's a Wonderful Lifetime" holiday slate. They are set to air at the beginning of 2021. 

Besides being a prominent actress, Mowry has also tried to be an impactful hands-on parent. She recently opened up about racism and implored fellow parents to have conversations with their kids about anti-racism. 



She buttressed that it started at home and what people have to understand is that behavior is learned, so it is all about communication. It is also about bringing awareness, sharing stories, and teaching children about different cultures.

In other related news, it seems like the acting prowess just might run in the family. The actress's twin sister Tamera revealed that her two kids, daughter Ariah Talea, 5, and son Aden John Tanner, 8, have been watching their hit 90s sitcom, "Sister, Sister." 

She added that they loved the show so much that they were inspired to pursue their own acting career. The comedy show recently became available for streaming on Netflix, making it accessible for the newer generation.

With this, it is safe to say that the Mowry sisters will continue to live on in the hearts of many.