Tamera Mowry's son celebrates Father's day with special gifts for dad
Tamera Mowry's son Aden gave his dad, Adam Housley, a heartwarming tribute for Father's Day.
Now that he is old enough to create wonderful tributes in school, Aden Mowry Housley made sure to draw a portrait of his dad along with some words he wanted to share. He also had a photo of himself framed in something he decorated himself.
The simple but touching gesture made Adam gush about his son, saying that it was an amazing and well-spent father's day. Aden's school hosted a "father and me" brunch, where kids could spend some time with their dad and show appreciation for everything they have done.
"An amazing Father’s Day brunch a little early with this one. Man these moments are cherished. #daddysboy#thehousleys #daddylife #happyfathersday"
Aden has grown up so fast, and the five year old has come a long way since being the same kid who threw tantrums during flights.
During a previous interview with People, Tamera shares the biggest meltdown she had to endure as a mom to her children Ariah, 2, and Aden, 5. When she had to fly across the country with Aden for the first time at 2 years old, he was not used to having his own seat.
"He was so used to sitting on Mommy or Daddy's lap on a plane. He didn't like having his own seat. He didn’t feel comfortable with it, so he would not sit down. The flight attendant said, ‘We can’t take off until your son is sitting.’ I was like, ‘Oh no, we’re about to experience something crazy!’"
While Mowry admits it was quite alarming how she would get unwelcoming stares from other passengers, she began to remind herself that she was doing the best she could and that was enough.
“You get a couple of stares at you that aren’t very welcoming, but in that moment, all you have to do is remember if you’re doing your best, who cares what anybody else thinks? And for the most part, you will get a flight attendant or a parent to say, ‘Hey, you’re doing a good job’ or ‘I remember this — you’re not alone.’”
Now, Tamera and Adam are out of that stage, with both their children getting comfortable with the jetsetter life.