In an interview with Us Weekly, Tia Mowry dished on what it was like to raise a daughter in comparison to a son. According to Mowry, she feels like “girls are so much smarter” but she noted that she had to be careful because her son was in the other room.
During a chat with reporters on her partnership with Office Depot, the former talk show host said her daughter said the word”Hi!” the other day, despite being less than a year old.
Mowry is “obsessed” with dressing her up in tutus too, and she’s having so much fun with her family these days. As fans of the star know, Mowry had her second baby with her husband, Cory Hardrict, in May, with their first being their seven-year-old, Cree.
As for her Cairo’s older brother, he’s “amazing,” and has been “such a big help” in the raising of their young child together. Her son, Mowry stated, is always holding the baby, feeding her, and grabbing whatever her mother needs.
Cree is “always wanting to walk her in her stroller or hold her. He’s just incredible.” Moreover, her eldest son is in school now, and Tia said he’s having no problem spending time away from his mother.
In fact, Cree is so used to being away from his mother, that it seems like she’s the one with the attachment problem, rather than her child. And sometimes she really hates being away from her kids, a fact she’s having a hard time getting used to.
Mowry said she feels guilty about being a working mother sometimes, and admitted that the “guilt never really goes away.”
However, it’s important for Tia to demonstrate to her children that there’s a reason why she has the things that she does. It’s not an accident; she’s had to work for it.