Tamera Mowry and her husband Adam Housley have two beautiful children; Aden and Ariah. The reality star is always sharing photos of her children and their milestones with her fans. She has also come out openly about their bi-racial relationship.
Tamera Mowry’s beautiful children are the stars of her social media accounts and the subject of several talks she holds with her co-hosts at The Real. She recently shared a photo of her smiling daughter and started a conversation with her fans about Ariahs pacifier smile. “I know this might be weird, but secretly I loved Ariah’s pacifier teeth. Obviously when I realized my children’s teeth were shifting, we got rid of the pacifier. But both my children loved that thing!”
The mother of two asked mothers how they got rid of pacifiers with their kids and several came back with solutions. One suggested she goes cold-turkey; “Take it a away from them and they cry for little bit but it will be ok .I did for my son he was good.” Another’s two cents; “Cut the tip. They won’t want it anymore. Also we “lost” it on vacation. Seemed to help.”
As fun engaging as Tamera’s wall ism she revealed to People of racial abuse by some who don’t approve of her marriage to Housely, who is white.
“When we first came out publicly as a couple 12 years ago, I remember a few negative comments, such as ‘Never expected her to be with him!’ But I never expected it to reach this degree of criticism as I got older.”
Being 2018 and having made major steps in civilization, one would have expected racism to have reduced, but 39-year-old says it got worse.
“I think the criticism is even worse now, with the racial tension that we’re seeing and the political climate. But my husband, who is so great, said, ‘You know what, Tamera? This is just teaching you to focus on the thousands of people that are for you, as opposed to the very few people who are against you.’ He’s right.”
Still, Tamera notes that her experience can’t be as bad as her parents’ who have been married for over 40 years. “I look at my parents and I think, ‘Wow, they must be really strong, because what they’ve been through is 100 times worse than what we’ve gone through.’ ”