Tia Mowry-Hardrict: ‘Cree Gets A Little Jealous Of Aden’

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Tia Mowry-Hardrict and her twin sister Tamera Mowry-Housley couldn’t be closer, but the siblings have to work a bit harder to get their little boys on that same level. Older babies and toddlers often get jealous when their mom holds another baby. It usually happens between 9 and 15 months. A baby is used to having all the attention. If there’s suddenly someone else to share the attention with, he might think, ‘Hey! That’s my mom!'”

I will be honest, Cree [20 months] gets a little jealous [of his 3-month-old cousin],” Mowry-Hardrict, 34, tells People Magazine. When I was trying to feed Aden, Cree started crying. I have to just slowly introduce Aden into our world. It’s kind of hard on Cree, but he loves Aden. We really, really enjoy having him around.”

Luckily, the mommies give their kids plenty of opportunity to get acquainted.

“My sister and I try to see each other once a week. We actually just had a play date. We went to the Grove and hung out.”

Being a mom is tiring for the actress, who is working on a new sitcom, Instant Mom, but there are a few things that manage to keep her energized.

“I just look at my son. When I’m away from him, I really feel it. I’m exhausted, I feel like a zombie. I’m like, ‘What am I going to do?’ But when I see him and I see the smile on his face, it just gives me this instant burst of energy.”

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