In a new picture, Tia Mowry-Hardrict breastfeeds her 5-month-old daughter

By Emily Zauzmer
October 10, 2018 07:59 AM
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Tia Mowry-Hardrict is soaking up every moment of motherhood.

On Tuesday, the Sister, Sister alum, 40, shared a picture in which she breastfed 5-month-old daughter Cairo Tiahna. In the Instagram photo, Mowry-Hardrict — who also shares 7-year-old son Cree Taylor with husband Cory Hardrict — smiled warmly at the camera as she cradled her daughter, who wore a yellow outfit.

With a pink heart emoji, she wrote alongside the picture, “This is Love. #breastfeeding #motherhood #5months.”

Christy Carlson Romano, a former Even Stevens star who is expecting a second baby of her own, commented, “You look so beautiful and happy in this pic! #normalizebreastfeeding.”

Mowry-Hardrict has backup on hand when it comes to the baby. In July, she posted a picture of her son feeding his little sister her bottle.

She captioned the adorable sibling snapshot, “Big brother.”

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In August, Mowry-Hardrict told PEOPLE that motherhood has strengthened her relationship with her twin sister Tamera Mowry-Housley, who has 5-year-old son Aden John Tanner and 3-year-old daughter Ariah Talea with husband Adam Housley.

“Our lives are very busy. She lives up north and I live in Southern California. But what’s so amazing is how our children are what really, really brings us closer together,” she said. “It is the most beautiful thing to see.”

Tamera Mowry-Housley and Tia Mowry-Hardrict
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“When you see the kids play together it’s just so amazing and beautiful,” she continued. “It makes me realize how blessed we really are.”

Tia Mowry-Hardrict and children
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“No matter how busy we get or how we have our separate lives with our separate families, we have children that really bring us together,” Mowry-Hardrict explained. “The kids are so close and get a long so well. They act more like siblings.”