Christian actress Tamera Mowry-Housely was on the red carpet at the launch for RAGÚ Homestyle pasta sauces in New York City on Tuesday. Looking gorgeous in a blue dress the Real Co-Host who has two children with husband Adam Housley, was asked about the difference in raising son Aden and daughter Ariah.
“When you raise a boy, they have a lot more energy — they’re very physical — like Aden likes to run around as where Ariah is calm,” Mowry-Housley told PEOPLE at the launch.
“Ariah is very emotional — when I would sneeze, Aden would just look at me like ‘What’s up?’ I sneeze and make a loud noise and Ariah just starts crying.”
Tamera says this confirms women are different from men.
“I’m trying to tell my husband, ‘See! This is normal! This is how we are! We are innately emotional beings!’ ” she says. “She’s a lot more easy now, but I know once she gets in the teens, it might be more difficult. Boys are more challenging in the beginning and get easier as they get older and girls are a little bit easier in the beginning, but get more challenging later — when they hit that pre-teen.”
On Mother’s Day Tamera wrote on her IG account that her children are her little blessings,
Being a mother is the most fulfilling, challenging, and best job of my life. I have never loved two little beings so much. My life is much more enriched because of you little blessings. Cheers to all the mothers out there holding it down. Including my own. We got this! ? #happymothersday
We love us Tamera Mowry-Housley
Pic Credit: Tamera Mowry Housley IG