Actress Tamera Mowry, and her Fox News correspondent husband, Adam Housely, welcomed a 9-pound, 5-ounce baby boy on Monday whom they named Aden John Tanner Housely, reports Style.com.
Tamera, who has been gracing our TV screens since she was a young child alongside her identical twin, Tia Mowry-Hardrict (pictured with son), has been ecstatic about her pregnancy ever since she received the news:
“Adam and I feel very blessed to finally be holding our son,” the excited new mother told Style.com. “He is a beautiful miracle, and our hearts are overflowing with love. Thank you to everyone for your love and support. It means so much to our family.”
The couple, who have been married for over a year and a half followed in Tia’s family planning footsteps. The former star of “The Game” gave birth to her baby boy, Cree Taylor Hardict, on June 11, 2012. Unfortunately for Tia, her son’s looks have been slammed by some harsh online critics who think she gave birth to an “ugly baby.” The young performer has spoken out publicly blasting those who have belittled her child.
Aden, who was two weeks late, is Tamera and Adam’s first-born child.
The sister’s pregnancies were followed on their Style Network hit reality show “Tia & Tamera.” Tamera told Style.com that she was hoping for a boy, “I helped raise my brothers, so I have somewhat of an experience raising boys,” she explained. “I haven’t the slightest idea about raising a girl. It’s the unknown.”
Now both Tia and Tamera have gone from “Sister, Sister” to “Mothers, Mothers!”
Congratulations Tamera and Adam!
Just two days after giving birth, the glowing mother showed off her first born for “In Touch” magazine.
From <a href="http://hellobeautiful.com/2015/12/22/sandra-bland-family-non-indictment/" target="_blank"><strong>Sandra Bland</strong></a> to the shootings in <a href="http://hellobeautiful.com/2015/06/20/why-is-south-carolina-using-a-judge-in-the-charleston-church-massacre-who-has-used-the-n-word-before/" target="_blank">Charleston, South Carolina</a>, African Americans were sadly reminded that being <a href="http://hellobeautiful.com/2015/12/13/police-brutality-2015/" target="_blank">Black in America</a> is much harder than it ought to be. And yet in the same breath, 2015 was a year of Black joy during which our culture dominated not only in our lives, but in the mainstream consciousness. From <a href="http://hellobeautiful.com/2015/07/16/lee-daniels-and-taraji-p-henson-emmy-empire/" target="_blank">Cookie Lyons</a> to the <a href="http://hellobeautiful.com/2015/10/17/ebony-editor-comments-cosby-cover/" target="_blank">Cosby <em>Ebony </em>cover</a>, our brilliance helped to push the conversation, affirm our greatness, make history and most important, make us laugh.
So to celebrate that greatness, we put together this list of the most defining Black pop culture moments of 2015. And don’t worry: <a href="http://hellobeautiful.com/2015/12/08/rachel-dolezal-interview/" target="_blank">Rachel Dolezal </a>is nowhere to be seen.