Raising Healthy Children of Color – Parenting Tips From The Real’s Tamera MosleyBy Maureen Martin | April 9, 2018 | Lifestyle
Hello Divas! We’re starting off the week with a little parenting advice from Tamera Mosley. Married to Adam Housley since 2011, the couple has two children: Aden John Tanner Housley and Ariah Talea Housley. She’s also a very proud auntie to her twin sister Tia’s son and baby-in-the-making!
We spoke with Tamera who has partnered with Febreze ONE to share how she relies on the fabric and air mist to safely cleans away odors without aerosols, dyes or heavy perfumes and help eliminate everyday odors at her home for her family.
Here’s her advice!
Travel on a 24-hour clock. Tamera prefers flights later in the day so her kids will sleep during their normal bedtimes. Bring healthy snacks and load up their iPad or devices with movies and games.
Visit your homeland. One of the best way to educate your children of their heritage is to visit your homeland. The Real host and her family took a trip to the Bahamas a few years ago as it’s their mother’s place of birth, and they had a chance to connect with many cousins.
Love your body after baby. Pregnancy can take a toll on the figure you once had. Tamera advises that you love yourself and don’t compare your body to anyone else’s. Fitness is important, so create your own fitness goals and take your time achieving them so they are sustainable
Character is important. Tamera’s parents raised her and her siblings to have “character” and to be good people – something that’s she’s passing on her children. It’s evident in how patient and easy going she is.
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