July 27, 2018

Tia Mowry shares close-up photo of baby daughter with wide-open, dark eyes

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Actress Tia Mowry, best known for Sister, Sister, took to Instagram to share a photo of her daughter, Cairo Tiahna, showing her beautiful big dark eyes.

In the image, the baby was shown wrapped in a white towel while staring directly at the camera. Given the fact that her eyes and mouth were quite open, it looked as if something surprised her.

For the caption, Tia only added a bathtub emoji, setting clear that the picture had been taken a couple of minutes after shower time.

As soon as the actress uploaded that image, her fans and followers took to the comment section to share their thoughts. One of them was Instagram user @iamkimakaa, who admitted that Cairo was gorgeous and that she had the most lovely eyes.

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Ever since Cairo was born in May this year, Tia has been uploading several photos of her daughter on social media. One of the most recent and cute posts was shared on July 24, and it portrayed Cairo laying down in her crib. 

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The baby was wearing an orange onesie that read ‘hi.’ Tia, who was recording, could be heard urging her daughter to say ‘hi world.’ Even though Cairo is too young to speak, she started moving her legs and arms and even opening her mouth as if she wanted to say something.

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Only one day later, Tia posted a photo showing herself in front of the mirror wearing a black ensemble covered by a white Nike top. She opted for a messy bun, big, rounded earrings, and a couple of bracelets.

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As Tia clarified in the caption, the post was intended to show her progress in her weight-loss journey. Days before, she uploaded a video of herself working out at her house with a personal trainer.

She revealed in the caption that she had to ‘get back on track’ because she had been diagnosed with Gestational Diabetes.

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.

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