Tia Mowry's daughter rocks black tutu and hair bow on her 3-month birthday
Tia Mowry and Cory Hardrict welcomed baby girl Cairo last May, and the happy parents recently dressed their little girl in a cute tutu in celebration of her third month on Earth.
Since giving birth, Tia has shared adorable photos of little Cairo with different members of their family. In all these photos, their little bundle of joy always had stylish and well-thought-of outfits on. That explains why of course, they had to step up their game a notch when Cairo turned 3-months-old and dressed her in an adorable black tutu.
Just like how Essence previously put it, Cairo has become one of the internet's favorite babies thanks to her parents' constant posting of her most precious moments. However, Tia shares that it was not an easy journey for her when she was preparing Cairo for the world.
During her pregnancy, she suffered gestational diabetes, and now she worries that it'll have a lasting effect on her health.
“After being diagnosed with #gestationaldiabetes, I was lost for words. Never ever did I think, THIS could happen to me. Most of the time, doctors say it will go away after birth, however, it does put you at a higher risk for diabetes later in life. Time to get back on track. Making healthy choices and moving :). Follow my @igtvworld for more updates! Xx.”
In order to make sure she stays fit and healthy, Mowry has decided to go on a fitness journey that she will be sharing with her fans on social media. In her teaser video, Tia sweats it out outdoors, doing different kinds of workouts to make sure she is not easily prone to diabetes. The mother-of-two also started sharing some workout clips on Instagram TV, which will not only decrease her chances of getting diabetes but also help her shed some of the pregnancy weight she's gained while being pregnant to Cairo.
While Tia has decided to start working out again, she did not rush herself and even allowed herself to breathe after giving birth. On another inspirational post on Instagram, she caught the attention of mothers all over the world when she shared that it should not be mothers' priorities to lose the pregnancy weight they gained but instead, focus on staying healthy not just for themselves but for their babies.