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Tia Mowry On Motherhood After 40: No Time For Mess

Life just keeps getting better for Tia Mowry.

In addition to being a proud mom to two kids with husband Cory Hardrict, the Hollywood actress celebrated a major birthday last month.

How does it feel turning 40 in Hollywood? Not bad at all according to the Sister, Sister star.

“I’m just going to be really honest with you. Now that I’m 40, I don’t have time for mess anymore,” she shared with E! News’ Justin Sylvester exclusively. “I know what I want. I know what I’m going after. I have a small group of friends because when you’re younger, it’s all about popularity but that doesn’t matter for me now. It’s about quality vs. quantity.”

Tia continued, “I feel happy in my skin. I feel confident and I feel like as you get older, you learn more about who you are and you embrace who you are and just go with the flow of life and go with the punches.”

That’s not to say going from one to two kids is a walk in the park. While supporting her partnership with Office Depot, Tia was quick to admit that it’s been an adjustment ever since her daughter Cairo Tiahna arrived in May.

“You know what I’m doing? Usually, I would say with just one kid, I’m taking one day at a time. But with two kids, I’m taking two steps at a time. I’m only looking as far as my two feet can go,” she confessed. “I can’t get so far ahead of myself or I’ll get really, really overwhelmed. But you know what they say? It’s harder to go from one to two as opposed to two to three but now I get it.”

For the time being, Tia is focused on getting her seven-year-old son Cree Taylor  ready for school again. In just a matter of weeks, he’ll be entering second grade with plenty of the best school supplies from Office Depot.

“It’s all about making back to school fun and entertaining and hopefully that will translate into them making learning fun,” Tia explained to us while showcasing some of her favorite items from the store.

And in between getting ready for the school bell to ring, Tia is reminding fellow moms that there’s no rush to get back into your best shape after kids.

Instead of running to the gym after her daughter’s May arrival, Tia has learned to simply go at your own pace.

“I’m just taking my time and I’m also allowing women out there that you don’t necessarily have to go back to yourself right away. It took you almost 10 months or a year to grow a baby. And it’s going to take time for you to get back to yourself,” she shared. “Do I think it’s important to get back to yourself? Yes, I think it’s very important to get back to feeling great, get back to feeling like you were before having a baby but I’m not so fixated on having my abs back and all that kind of stuff. I’m just taking my time.”

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This article originally appreared in E! News and is reprinted with permission from E!

Tia Mowry-Hardrict Is Living Her Best Life And Doing It Fashionably Too!

Tia Mowry-Hardrict has been coasting this second pregnancy and been looking good doing it.

All Black Everything! The TV actress recently shared a photo of herself in a cute  black Alexander Wang mini dress dress,  black Stuart Weitzman boots styled by Kendra Garvey and Anton Khachaturian.

She is definitely going to make it in our roundup and contest on the most fashionable celeb preginista of 2017 list that is forthcoming (Look for it soon here!)

Mowry recently launched her own YouTube channel, Tia Mowry Quick Fix where she shares quick little video tutorials for parents, the home, the kitchen and more. It’s the latest endeavor for the pretty actress, who started out her career on the hit TV show with her twin sister Tamera Mowry-Housley, Sister, Sister.

She has starred in The Game on BET and three seasons of Instant Mom on Nickelodean, before launching cooking shows on The Cooking Channel and The Food Network.  She has also released a few books, a Yoga DVD and some baby and pregnancy products with her sister.

She also recently shared a photo from her wedding with husband Actor Cory Hardrict, with whom she shares a son Cree and has been married to for 10 years, but together as a couple for 18! Wow! Love it!

 

More fashion IG shares below:

About last night ?

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? My heart is so full.

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Celebrity Kids with the Most Hair Critics

Tia Mowry-Hardrict is the latest celebrity mom hit with excessive public criticism over her child’s hair.  Some are coming after the Instant Mom actress’s decision to let her 3 year old son Cree wear his curly natural hair long, and plaiting it once in a while.
The former star of The Game clapped back at critics on her Instagram recently posting the above photo with the caption: 

I am proud to have a SON that embraces his natural hair :). Hair length does not define your sex. Last I checked a penis and a vagina does. Pick up a book, educate yourself, and embrace cultures outside of your own and maybe you will see that there are PLENTY of MEN wearing top knots and MEN with long hair. Here’s a shout out to all the moms who have boys and girls with natural hair!    Live ON!

For a long while, many critics lauded at Beyonce Knowles and her husband Jay Z Carter for the fact they did not style their daughter’s hair to their liking, and harness her tresses into a ponytail. Some people actually launched a Change.org petition over it. Sheesh! Over 5,000 people are that pressed. 

Bey’s harshest critic, Sandra Rose, proclaims that all the public harassment worked because since the bruhaha, Blue has been seen with her hair tamed lately. 
Angelina Jolie too faced a lot of flak for permitting her daughter Shiloh Jolie-Pitt to “dress like a boy” and for keeping her hair short like a boy, according to critics. 
No wonder, some like British singer Rochelle Humes, choose to conceal her daughter‘s face in social media. It doesn’t stop many from commenting on her hair and whatever they can see anyway.
It comes with the territory. People feel that when you are a celebrity, part of that status is all of you, including your children, and therefore they too are public and subject to criticism. Your decisions are not your own and you can expect to be criticized for them, no matter what.
Kinda sucks! 
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