Tia Mowry's Daughter Melts Hearts Trying to Talk Wearing a Cherry-Print Polka-Dot Dress (Video)
Tia Mowry recently got her fans in their feelings after sharing an adorable video clip of her daughter attempting to talk on social media.
Tia Mowry's daughter, Cairo, has a lot of hearts wrapped around her tiny little pinkie right now, and for an excellent reason.
A short video clip that captured the cute toddler having a one-way conversation with herself in gibberish just surfaced on social media and netizens simply cannot get enough of it.
The adorable footage was shared via her mother's personal Instagram page, and it featured Cairo dressed in a gorgeous cherry-print polka-dot dress as she attempted to talk.
The clip captured her animated face clearly, so fans were able to see every little face she made as she pronounced words no one understood.
Meanwhile, all that talking got the adorable tot parched, so she picked up her Minnie Mouse-themed baby bottle and sipped some water, after which the clip ended.
The video was only too short — it looked pretty evident that Cairo had more to say. The tot's famous mother also alluded to this fact in the caption when she asked what Cairo had on her mind.
She credited Cairo for always finding creative and sometimes destructive ways to keep her busy.
In the comment section, a majority of Mowry's followers had a major meltdown from the cuteness overload the video clip prompted.
While many gushed over the tot's perfect face, others put their minds to divining what career path she is most likely to follow. One fan wrote:
"I'm getting actress vibes from her...she is ready to read her lines! Born natural."
Cairo is Mowry's second child with her husband, Cory Hardrict. She has a nine-year-old brother named Cree. Mowry and Hardrict welcomed Cairo on May 5.
Since her birth, Mowry has been deliberate about Cairo's life, so it's no wonder that when it came time to celebrate her first birthday, the proud mother did not hold back.
She created a fabulous boho-themed backyard bash that came with teepees for the kids and a low table plus floor sitting for the adults. The party was a success, and Cairo, who wore two different attires for the event, went to bed a happy one-year-old.
Over the past year, Mowry and her family have been spending a lot of time together in quarantine, and it has been a great time for the couple to spend time with their kids.
Even with all the family time, it has not been easy for them. Last year, Mowry opened up about what waking up every day in quarantine was like.
She credited Cairo for always finding creative and sometimes destructive ways to keep her busy. Like the time the toddler was pictured sticking female hygiene products to a glass shower panel.
Things are better now that there are vaccines out globally, but nobody will ever forget what quarantine made them feel and who helped them feel better.