Tia Mowry melts hearts with photo of baby daughter in cute T-shirt and heart-printed tutu
The actress and reality television star welcomed her second child, a daughter, just recently, and she has been adjusting at home to life as a mother of two.
Tia Mowry gave birth to her baby girl, Cairo Tiahna Hardrict, on May 5, and the beaitiful little one's photos have already been posted all over her mother's social media accounts.
Another image she recently decided to share on her Instagram account was of Mowry sitting on a purple yoga mat in front of the swimming pool and holding up her 2-month-old daughter.
"With a newborn at home, lavender essential oil has become my go to. Not only on my mat for mommy and me yoga, but also in our house to keep things calm and relaxed. @younglivingeo #yleo#sponsored," she captioned the photo.
Mowry wore a pair of burgundy yoga pants with mesh cutouts and a black scoop-neck t-shirt. She left her long black hair hanging loose about her shoulders.
She held baby Cairo in her lap. The little girl was dressed in a pale yellow dress with a tutu skirt and hearts dotted all over it.
While the baby seemed a bit nonplussed with the photo-taking, her mother wore a big grin on her face as she looked up at the camera.
While Mowry was posting plenty of photos of the Cairo after her birth, it wasn't until just before the baby girl turned 2 months old that she shared the little girl's name and showed her face in photos for the first time.
Mowry posted a boomerang video to her Instagram account on June 28, teasing that her daughter would be appearing on her show, Tia Mowry Quick Fix, the following day, in which she would reveal the baby girl's name for the first time.
When she finally shared her daughter's name, she explained the meaning behind it. Cairo means "Victorious," and they decided to incorporate the letters A, I, and O after her husband, Cory Hardrict, saw them in the sky while on a plane.
Mowry also revealed that Tiahna, apart from having her own name in it, means "the follower of Christ" and it is the name of one of the first African princesses.