Tamera Mowry melts hearts with photo of her son cuddling his little sister
Tamera Mowry’s kids are already super adorable but they get even better when they show each other love. The actress posted a photo of her two babies locked in a tight hug that tugged at the hearts of her fans.
Tamera Mowry and her husband Adam Housley have two of the most adorable babies ever; Aden and Ariah. For Mothers’ Day, the show host took the time to appreciate the two humans who gave her this coveted title. As Celebritist reported, the two are locked in a tight embrace that shows their close relationship. And boy are they cute!
Mowry, whose show ‘The Real,’ recently won an Emmy award, remains the same humble celebrity that worked her way up from the show Sister Sister. She has regularly shared photos of her family, making fans feel like they know everything about them.
The mother of two is known to be emotional about things close to her heart and so captions to her posts are always heartfelt. For this photo, she expressed her joy at seeing her kids relate s beautifully.
“The way these two love each other makes my heart melt. I’m so grateful to be your momma. You’ve enriched my life in so many ways. Man, how fast time flies. I will savor every moment. Happy Mother’s Day to all the amazing mommas out there. We got this!!”
Tamera’s twin sister, Tia, recently gave birth to a baby girl, making her a mother of two. While they are all over the moon and still basking in the glory of new life, Tamera is not suffering from baby fever. She loves her babies and their cousins, but she is done popping them as she told Us Weekly. “Usually, this is the time when you think about having another child, but I’m done. Done, done, done, done … done, done. I love it.”
As for her children, the reality star admits they have different personalities and she is learning that as they grow. “Aden’s a little man now. He has a personality and a half. He’s very strong-willed, but as a mom I love that because I know that no one is just gonna bulldoze over him. Ariah is my sunshine. She’s starting to say full sentences now. In the beginning it’s just, ‘Mama. Eat-eat.’ Now, it’s like, ‘Mama, want to eat.’”
They are lovely.