Former child star Tamera Mowry's kids warmed hearts on her social media page as they heartily talked about how to groom and care for their pet dog.
Many fans would agree that it was satisfying to watch Tamera Mowry's kids speak on responsibilities in their mom's latest media update when they introduced their pet dog, Chloe.
Mowry's children, Aden and Ariah, sat for a chit-chat with mommy, who seemed to be behind the camera. The duo was filmed in the living room as they sat on a big comfy couch.
Tamera Mowry-Housley at the 2019 E! People's Choice Awards on November 10, 2019 | Photo: Getty Images
Aiden looked handsome, rocking a white T-shirt and a pair of blue jean shorts. Ariah's adorable look included a slicked ponytail, white pants, and a bright orange sweatshirt.
Chloe also featured sitting comfortably on Ariah's lap. Aiden opened the floor, noting that his responsibilities were cleaning Chloe's pee and poop, "all the time." Their mom gushed in her caption:
"Aden and Ariah have been SO excited and learning all about the responsibilities that come along with having a dog[...]"
In the continuation of the clip, the siblings had a brief conversation as they let fans in on some backstory of getting their pooch. Aden noted that their dad did not initially want a male dog. According to Aden, this was because male dogs could pee and poop often.
Although Mowry experienced mom guilt sometimes, she believed that being a working mom would help her kids pursue their dreams.
The cute Ariah chipped in at this point that they went for a female dog, and they have been taking the responsibilities seriously.
This was similar to what their mom echoed some years ago in an interview when she relayed that she was done having kids. Mowry stated that her kids were at the point where parenting was a lot of work.
For her, it was more about teaching responsibilities than the mundane things in parenting. She noted that she wanted her children to learn morals just like her own mom taught her and her siblings.
While she was on "The Real," the star, who is known to speak her mind and keep it real, shared that she and her husband would also put in concerted efforts in giving their kids sex education when the time came.
The "Sister, Sister" icon has also shown that she is a proud working mom. Although Mowry experienced mom guilt sometimes, she believed that being a working mom would help her kids pursue their dreams.