Tia Mowry And Her Daughter, Cairo, Wear Matching Lemon Pajamas In New Photo And Give Fans The Most Adorable Family Moment Ever
Mama and actress Tia Mowry-Hardrict is often hard at work on social media, where she promotes her various endeavors.
However, every once in a while, Tia makes fans smile by sharing sweet family moments, including her children and her husband, Cory Hardrict, with her followers.
Recently, the host melted hearts by posting a picture where she is in bed with her one-year-old baby girl, Cairo. The mother and daughter are twinning in pretty pajamas that feature bright yellow lemons.
She captioned the post: "One of the best things about being a mom is being able to take care of my babies. (All the mamas out there feel me, right?!) But I can’t do that if I don’t take care of myself first! And part of that means taking my @shopanser vitamins, so I’m healthy + strong enough to be present for my family. #selfcareisntselfish #healthymamahappyhome #selfcarematters #healthylifestyle LINK in bio!"
One fan reached out and said: "Awwww, and I love that you and she have matching PJs. Soooo comfy, right!!!!! ❤️😘"
This person claimed: "That’s right, momma. I’ve been getting a lot of self-care lately after having a health scare. When I’m better, my family is better. "
Another follower revealed: "Cairo😍💜 Her little pose is so cute!!! She's such a mood.💕"
She also gave an update on her weight loss and self-care by writing: "I am checking in with you guys! I’m currently 22 months post-baby, and I feel like myself again. Eating the right foods, working out, meditating, and taking my supplements @shopanser 💪🏽 For the past three years, my body wasn’t just for me. It was for my baby. One year, I was prepping the womb, second-year carrying, third, breastfeeding my daughter. My point is, it’s okay to go at your pace to get back to you. Also, if it is a goal of yours, I’m here to tell you, you can do it. #selfcareisntselfish 💪🏽🙏🏽👍🏽"
One mother had this reaction: "I needed this right now😭😭😭😭. I'm four months postpartum after a challenging 38-week journey. I'm overweight, and even though I remind myself I carried and birthed a life at times, it's not comforting due to the other 50 voices that say oh, you must make a plan to start working on your body. Now my four months old has not reached his goal weight for his age, and I feel it's my fault because I changed my eating habits. I need to eat better, so my milk is more filling for my little miracle, man. Sigh...people. 😔"
Those moments are priceless for followers.