|Cousins Cree Hardrict & Aden Housley|
The two have been doing mommy gushing overdrive lately. Tamera wrote a poem to her son and shared it on the sisters’ website
and then in return, and inspired by the love, Tia, in turn wrote her sis a letter.
Twin Love! awww!
You can learn and relate to reality tv baby themes, after all.
He was one of the most anticipated babies to be born this autumn and now he is here (albeit 2 weeks past his October 30 due date) and his mom Tamera Mowry-Housley shared his first photo on her Twitter account today and he is a CUTIE PIE!!
Aden John Tanner Housley, first kid to Tamera and her husband Adam Housley was born Monday, November 12.
“Chillin with my grandma Darlene today!” Tamera tweeted about Aden’s first days on earth. “She hooked me up with a cool outfit.”
Sister Tia Mowry-Hardrict was also beaming. “Yay!! I can finally now say! I am an auntie!!!,” she tweeted. “Can we say chunk munk!! So Happy & blessed! Cree now has a play date!”
Sweet! We’re gonna miss “bumpwatching” Tamera but Aden is worth it!
Did Tia Mowry reveal that her twin sister Tamera Mowry-Housley has finally delivered her much anticipated first child with husband Adam Housley? Maybe.
Tamera, whose son was due back on October 30, has been missing from Twitter since Sunday, November 4. It is conceivable that she has gone gone into labor and may have already had her baby.
Yesterday, in the middle of election melee late last night and as Americans were celebrating (or sad about, depending on their political leanings) the reelection of President Barack Obama into office, Tia tweeted, “God is Good.”
Could she had been rejoicing Obama’s reelection or the delivery of her nephew and quietly waiting on her sister (or her sister’s publicist) to finally reveal the news?
Recall, recent bump watch mavens Megan Fox waited a couple weeks before announcing her delivery news and Neve Campbell never revealed the news at all but was simply busted by paparazzi at the park with her baby boy at least a month after delivering.
Each women said they wanted some quite time and privacy with their baby and to avoid the scrutiny and prying eyes of the public and press before making their official announcement.
Sounds like a great plan! Time will tell.
Clorox has also teamed up with Bellyitch Bumpwatch alum Tia Mowry who is helping her 1-year old son Cree stave off the flu by disinfecting frequently touched surfaces around their home, like doorknobs, light switches and faucets.
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Ask Clueless actress Stacey Dash who this week tweeted out her support for Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney along with an image of herself in a bikini. She got lots of hateful response, mainly from her fellow black many of the response was misogynistic.
From a review of the attacks, it doesn’t appear that many or any non-blacks attacked her for her political preference. She replied to most of the assault on Twitter with an “LOL” and eventually went on CNN to address it.
“I don’t get it…I was shocked, saddened,” she told CNN’s Piers Morgan.
Seriously, Lindsay Lohan just declared she support Mitt Romney too but no one cares.
In reply, Tamera tweeted then later deleted:
Some came to her rescue…
And then Adam went back and forth with a few …
Finally, fed up, Adam went IN….
As a Center Right Independent person who writes about politics for national audiences and have criticized the president in my writing on occasion (even though I am critical of Mitt Romney much too), I have had several hate letters, emails and Twitter attacks calling me all sorts of names from C*nt, to Uncle Tom etc etc.
At one point, I used to get one a month. It stings at first, but I’ve learned that when you put yourself and your opinions out there for wide consumption by a large group of people and are perceived to be in a position of influence because of that wide reach, you will ultimately reach large swabs of folks who will not agree.
Some of those people are simple, narrow-minded, bigoted, racist, and have linear and limited experience that prohibits them from accepting others and not showing disdain for anyone they disagree with…and from behind the comfort of their computer screens, anyone can say smack “@” you that they wouldn’t DARE say to your face.
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