The mommies were all smiles and happily posed for photos with their little guys. Cree was cute in a plaid button down, jeans and a pair of hightops, while Aden went for the country club look in a polo shirt, bermuda shorts and a newsboy cap.
Just 3 months post-partum, Tamera looked great in a blue chambray shirt and red printed skirt.
The girls recently spoke to Essence Magazine about opening their lives to reality TV. Growing up on the small screen, they admit they managed to keep their personal lives very private. But doing a reality show is different.
“When you open up your lives and you open up your homes to the public, you have to be open to the fact that people are going to have their opinions,” Tamera told ESSENCE.com at the sixth annual Black Women in Hollywood luncheon. “But, as long as everything is right at home and right within,” she says, everything is fine.
Tia agreed. “That is one of the main reasons why my sister and I decided it was time to do a reality show,” she said. “We are in our 30s now and I find that when women are in their 30s you embrace the skin that you’re in and you are confident in who you are. I know who I am and I am fine with who I am so it doesn’t bother you as much. Now we are human so when we do see comments yes it does hurt a little, but it’s not going to mess up my day.”