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Tia Mowry-Hardrict and son Cree,7-months-old, stopped by Parenting magazine office earlier this month. Mowry is currently writing a book entitled Oh, Baby!: Pregnancy Tales and Advice from One Hot Mama to Another scheduled to be released on May 14, 2012.

In a previous interview with Parenting, Tia described her birthing experience as interesting. As she explains, “I was scared half to death because I had a c-section. Just the thought of someone cutting into me freaked me out! However, I had an amazing doctor, Dr. Kumeitz, who has the sweetest, most calming spirit. I also had an amazing epidural. The shot hurt worse than the actual birthing process, so I was in luck!  What really made it special was that the doctor and room allowed me to play some music. I don’t usually listen to classical music but I did during my birthing experience. Pandora has an amazing list of songs. Even the doctors enjoyed the music!”

Tia and husband Cory Hardrict welcomed baby Cree into the world on June 28, 2011. Cree is the couple’s only child together.

Check out more pictures of Cree below!

Photo:@Parenting.com/Twitter

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  1. It’s crazy that, I see Hosea Sanchez all through out this little one.. Hmm weird, but he is a cutie patoot. I also see how he looks like J.Hud son.

  2. OMG HE IS SO ADORABLE…..I JUST WANT TO SQUEEZE THOSE CHEEKS, HES MY FAV CELEB BABY ALONG WITH ROC & ROE, SYDNEY & TYGER. BCK PLEASE POST MORE PICS OF BABY CREE!

    • Really? A book? Two seconds into motherhood…can’t blame a sister for capitalizing though, but a book? How bout a pamphlet.

      • Excuse me, ma’am; I’ve read the caption of her book and no where does it list endometriosis (and, spell it correctly). Even if she was to discuss that in her book, capitalizing is capitalizing good, bad, or indifferent.

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