Tia Mowry Shops With Her Sweetie

Tia Mowry brings her little helper for a shopping trip [USA ONLY]

Sister, Sister star Tia Mowry was photographed shopping at The Grove in West Hollywood, Calif. with her 1-year-old son Cree on Saturday evening (November 24).

The reality television actress – who recently became a first time aunt when her twin sister Tamera Mowry welcomed son Aden on November 12 – has admitted to co-sleeping with her son, despite pressure to do otherwise.

“Okay, I’m gonna admit it! And I am not afraid to admit it: Cree still sleeps with Mom and Dad,” she writes. “There, I said it! But let’s be honest — I was not always confident with such a statement.”

“At the end of the day, you have to do what’s best for you and your family,” she concludes. “Every family is different with different desires and needs. It’s not the end of the world if you decide to co-sleep and it’s okay to not co-sleep.”

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Filed under: Cree Hardrict,Tia Mowry

Photo credit: AKM-GSI

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  1. Ivy

    There is absolutely nothing wrong with co-sleeping. I did it with all 3 of my children, and they are all perfectly well adjusted and intelligent people. Really, who can say not to their little one when they’re screeming and crying for you. I couldn’t, and I have 3 nuggle bunnies to prove it. They are very affectionate and loving toward their mommy. When it starts to get on your nerves, and it will. After they fall asleep in your bed leave them their and get into their bed. They eventually get tired of the musical bed game.
    Best wishes and enjoy your baby. They grow up so fast they really do…..

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  2. Julia

    He looks nothing like her….

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  3. Rosy

    Cree reminds me of a mini Jay-Z in that first pic!

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  4. Kc

    What an ugly kid.She can thank her ugly husband for that.

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