March 03, 2021
"Sister, Sister" star Tamera Mowry and Adam Housley's daughter, Ariah, stole hearts with her precious smile in this photo that was captured when she picked some flowers for her mom.
Seems like yesterday that "Sister, Sister" star Tamera Mowry and her husband, Adam Housley, welcomed their daughter, Ariah. She seems to be growing up so fast now!
In an Instagram post, Housley shared a sweet photo of Ariah holding tiny flowers while flashing her million-dollar smile. Apparently, she picked those for her dad. How sweet!
Tamera Mowry and Adam Housley attend Entertainment Weekly's Screen Actors Guild Award Nominees Celebration on January 20, 2018. | Source: Getty Images
Ariah looked cute in a pink tee with princess illustrations. She wore a fuzzy unicorn eye mask upon her forehead. "My little princess explorer picked me flowers," Housley gushed in the caption.
The comments section was flooded with heartwarming comments from fans. "She’s so sweet, cute, and thoughtful," one fan wrote. "Lol, is that her sleep mask she's wearing silly girl, She's too cute," another fan wrote.
Mowry and Housley welcomed Ariah in 2015 after nearly four years of marriage. The actress once shared how being married makes her feel a lot more safe and confident.
Mowry was raised by a mother who instilled a secure sense of self in her children.
The couple, who stepped into parenthood in 2012 after welcoming their son, Aden, loves having their children around. Although, that does not mean parenting is an easy job.
Mowry does not have any plans to expand her family. She once said she was done having kids. Attending to Ariah and Aden's needs is at the top of her priority list.
Parenting woes aside, Mowry feels blessed to have such lovely children. In an intimate 2017 essay on her website, she wrote being a mother has made her a better person.
"My children have also taught me how to be present and in the moment, which is something that can be really hard to do when you are a working mom..."
For someone who is always on her toes, Mowry's children have taught her to be more present and live in the moment. They made her realize it's okay to give up a little control in life sometimes.
Mowry was raised by a mother who instilled a secure sense of self in her children. Had it not been for her mom, the actress would not be able to navigate fame and career as gracefully as she did.