Tia Mowry stuns in black midi dress, posing with son & daughter wearing white outfit in photo
Actress and host Tia Mowry, best known for Tia Mowry at Home, took to Instagram to share a photo of herself and her two children, baby Cairo Tiahna and son Cree.
In the image, Tia was portrayed wearing a black midi dress, a black and white jacket, and matching shoes. The proud mother was holding in her arms her almost-three-month-old daughter Cairo, who was wearing a white onesie and a pale pink headband.
Right by Tia’s side, Cree was posing for the photo. He chose black pants, white shoes, and a matching shirt. He was holding a stuffed animal that appeared to be Cairo’s toy.
In the caption, Tia set clear that they were living their best lives. She finished her message by adding a baby bottle and a fuchsia bow emoji.
As soon as she shared that photo, her fans and followers took to the comment section to share their thoughts. One of them was Instagram user @nigerian_butterscotch, who pointed out that Tia had a beautiful family and that Cree has gotten very tall.
That image was uploaded days after Tia shared a close-up selfie with Cairo showing how fast she is growing. In the picture, a makeup-free Tia was displayed wearing a long-sleeved white shirt with a black floral pattern on it.
Cairo, who was being held on her mother’s lap, was wearing a pale pink top, and her beautiful face looked unbothered. The girl has changed a lot if people compare that photo with the first video that the actress shared that served as Cairo’s formal introduction.
Apart from sharing posts portraying her children, Tia recently uploaded a video that portrayed her working out on the front porch of her house. The recording showed Tia and her personal trainer doing all sorts of exercises from squats to pulling up resistance bands.
In the caption, Tia revealed she was diagnosed with gestational diabetes, a fact that left her ‘lost of words’ as she never thought that something like that could happen to her.
Even though doctors told her that it would go away after giving birth, it increases the risk of getting diabetes later in life, so Tia has been working out again to prevent it from happening.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, gestational diabetes affects two to ten percent of pregnancies in the U.S. each year, and it is a type of diabetes that happens when the body cannot produce enough insulin during pregnancy.