Tia Says Tamera Is Trippin’ Tryin’ Natural Childbirth “She’s Trying To Be Brave… But I Don’t Think She’s Gonna Make It!”

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Would you “Just Say No” to an epidural? That’s Tamera Mowry-Housley’s plan, but her twin sister, new mom Tia says she knows her well enough to know she’s gonna want some relief! The former child star is set to go into labor any day now and her twin will be there to coach her.

According to US Weekly reports:

Pregnant Tamera Mowry is ready to have her baby boy!

Expecting her first child with husband Adam Housley, the former Sister, Sister star is anxious to give birth — so much so that she’s begun to dream about her unborn baby.

“Had a dream about my son. Woke up wanting to hold him,” the pregnant star, 33, tweeted Oct. 26. “Oh wait, haven’t delivered yet. So I rubbed my belly instead. Can’t wait to kiss his face.”

Due any day, according to her twin sister Tia Mowry, Tamera admits she’s savoring the momentary calm as she reaches the end of her pregnancy. “Learning to enjoy the peace and quiet now before I deliver my lil angel,” tweeted the Tia & Tamera STYLE network reality star.

The pregnant actress intends to deliver her son naturally — much to her sister’s chagrin. “She is my sister and we can’t take pain. Pain and us, we just don’t mix!” jokes the former Game actress, who married Cory Hardrict in 2008 and welcomed son Cree in 2011. “She is trying to be brave, which is good . . . but I don’t think she is going to make it.”

Regardless, Tia will be there to support the new mom. “I will be in the room with her coaching her,” Tia tells Us Weekly.

Aw, poor Tamera got completely played out by Tia. But yeah she is probably right. Get that shot girl!

Hit the flip for more tweets from Tamera from the weekend.

Tamera and Hubby Adam celebrated the Giants World Series win this weekend.

Tamera also dined out with her sister Tia and nephew Cree.

How precious! Good luck to Tamera on trying to deliver naturally! Hopefully that lil boy gets here soon and Mom and baby have a safe and healthy arrival.


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