Tia Mowry gave birth to a baby boy (as you’ve all probably heard). Her husband, Cory Hardict, married her in April 2008. It’s a happy and sad time for me. It marks an ending of something and a begging of something more. The happy part: well she gave birth and everything went smoothly. No complications e.t.c. The sad part is the nostalgia I feel. The childhood memories: Tia and Tamara Mowry being in Sister Sister. Those days are gone. Gone. It’s like a past that was too well remembered: getting home from school, sitting in front of the Tv (back when Tv was decently programmed).
I just love this photo how she’s gazing up at him…
Anyhow, it’s just that you are left with memories and you know that things have changed and will continue to change. People will grow older; people you used to watch on Tv will pass on. On the brighter side, they say those who grow with change, those who adapt, are the survivors. Fear not, the Mowry twins will make a comeback to your Tele in their reality show “Tia & Tamera”. The premier date for that is August 8th via Style Network.
Tia Mowry and her hubby Cory Hardrict called their tiny bundle of awesomeness “Cree Taylor Hardict”. As opposed to
Apple or Marshmallow….Born June 28th, 2011 this child just couldn’t wait to complete the month before delivery. Tia Mowry had told people that she felt sexified and beautiful in her blessed belly. In her words: “sexy and empowered.”.
Childhood Memory Flashback: Sister Sister!
Tamera Mowry tied the not with her 3 year and counting sweetie Fox News’s Adam Housely. It was May 15th, 2011. She was dawning a Caroline Herrera dress and looked very mermaid pretty. The place: Napa Valley vineyard. The honemoon: Athens, Greece.
“I’ve always wanted an outdoor wedding with lots of flowers,” Mowry told PEOPLE. “I feel so lucky to have this beautiful day marrying my best friend.”
I saw someone online talking and running their mouth about Adam Housely not being a “black guy” so what? Anyhow, about their interracial relationship, Tia Mowry to the rescue:
“I think it’s something that needs to be said – that there are interracial marriages out there, and the couples live happy lives, and there’s nothing wrong with it.”~Tia Mowry