TV Girl, Tia Mowry Reveals The Fear She Had Of Becoming A Mom To A Girl… Can You Relate?
Tia Mowry recently took to her Instagram page and explained the most significant fear of becoming a mother to a girl.
Mowry, who has two children shared with husband, Cory Hardrict, welcomed a daughter, Cairo Hardrict on May 5, 2018.
According to the social media post, the 43-year-old super mom revealed that the reason behind her distress was because of the societal pressures placed on “being a woman in this world.”
Mowry wrote in the caption while also sharing behind-the-scenes takes from her family’s recent Christmas video,
“I never really saw myself having a girl. I don’t know why? But I didn’t. Maybe I was afraid of the pressures that come along with being a woman in this world.”
Mowry added that Cairo is considered one of her “most fulfilled blessings despite her previous fears.” The post continued:
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“God really knew what he was doing when he blessed me with you, Cairo. Raising you has been one of the most fulfilled blessings. I can’t wait to see what you become, baby girl. I’m here every step of the way! I got you!”
As fans began to view Mowry’s post, many reassured her in the comments section how priceless mother-daughter bonds are.
“Oh, daughters are great blessings. My daughter definitely is. I positive that she will make you very proud forever.”
“The most precious and priceless bond God blessed you with the most sweetest, adorable and beautiful baby girl.”
“Being a mom to a girl is a beautiful gift. We are blessed to help mold our mini me.”
“There’s nothing like a mother daughter bond.”
In addition to the bond remarks, other people complimented the star on being a great example to Cairo.
One wrote, “You are the amazing example to her.”
Another said, “You’re doing a great job so far, Tia. Cairo is going to have a great woman to look up to, which you are.”
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A third person stated, “What you show us… you have a strong foundation in your home. Strong women. Strong, loving male influences… I say Cairo will be a strong, independent, intelligent person… because a foundation always starts at home with her family that has her back.”