Tamera Mowry gave birth to her son on Monday, and two days later she was ready to share pictures of him.
The reality star allowed “In Touch” magazine to snap the first photos of her baby boy, Aden John Tanner Housley while they were still at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los.
“We are so happy!” Mowry told the publication at the time. “He is healthy, happy, strong, beautiful and our families are so excited to have another grandchild, cousin and nephew.”
Aden was 9 lbs. 5 oz and 21.5 inches long at birth, which was two weeks late.
The American actress and singer is best known for her role as Tamera Campbell, on the sitcom “Sister, Sister.” In the ABC/WB sitcom, she acts opposite of her identical twin sister Tia Mowry.
Mowry, 34, married Fox News correspondent Adam Housley, 40, on May 15, 2011, after they dated for six years.
During an episode of the Style reality show Tia and Tamera, the expecting mother realizes that her husbands man-cave must go.
“There’s only one place the nursery can be: [We have to] take away Adam’s man-cave,’ Tamera states. “I hate getting rid of my clothes, but with the baby coming, I just have to suck it up,” Tamera adds.
“Both mommy and baby are healthy and her whole family is thrilled,” Tamera’s spokesperson told In Touch. “He is a big strong kid and he and mom are resting well with dad alongside.”