In the Instagram post, Mowry, who appeared to be in the holiday spirit, shared the joy by uploading a recording that showcased before and after transitional clips of her decorated tree and her family dressed to the nines in matching black attire.
The video starts with Mowry wearing a casual ensemble and a candy cane in her hand while standing in front of the nondecorated tree as Stevie Wonder’s song “What Christmas Means to Me” blares in the background. The actress then turns and throws the candy in the tree’s direction, and in an instance, it lights up and is fully adorned with red and gold ornaments, while Mowry is dressed in her formal wear.
Her children, son Cree, 10, and 3-year-old daughter Cairo, appear in the video after Mowry snaps her fingers to the song’s beat on two separate occasions. The clip ends with the trio dancing. In addition to the video, Mowry wrote how magical the holidays are with her children.
She said while mentioning her daughter’s stance throughout the video, “Tis the season for magical moments with my cuties. But why does Cairo always look like she’s just here for the candy canes?” As fans began to view the upload, many reiterated “The Game” star’s sentiments about her daughter’s demeanor.
An individual went as far as to mention that Cairo may have gotten her nonchalant personality from hanging out with Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade’s daughter Kaavia James Union Wade.
“Lil Mama aint feelin it. LOL.”
“Lolllll Cairo had me cracking up.”
“She be sick of it.”
“Cairo is like okay let’s wrap this up.”
“She got the nonchalant spirit from those play dates with Kav!”
Among the remarks about Cairo’s personality, others brought up how excited Cree appeared to be to participate in Mowry’s “shenanigans.” One wrote, “Awww, I love how he’s always ready to have fun with you!!!” Another said, “Idk who I love more Cree being turnt and with the shenanigans or Cairo being nonchalant it’s the cutest.”
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