Thursday, June 28, 2012

Trip to South Africa inspired Tamera Mowry-Housley to get pregnant?

"Sister, Sister" star Tamera Mowry-Housley says she was “caught off-guard” when she found that she was pregnant with her first child, because she had only been trying to conceive for two months. Tamara and her husband Fox News correspondent Adam Housley are due to become parents on October 30.

In a blog post for, she writes, “My husband and I hadn’t made a conscious decision to start trying to have a baby. However, after an amazing, life-changing trip to Africa, we decided we would leave our chances up to God. Two months later, we became pregnant.

“WHOA, that was fast! I had heard stories that becoming pregnant can sometimes take awhile, so I was definitely caught off-guard. But what a beautiful surprise.

“It took a while before the fact that I was pregnant settled in. Once it did, I kept reciting to myself, ‘I’m going to be a mom. I’m going to be a mom.’ I will never forget the feeling that swept over me. I found myself pacing my room with excitement and experienced a sense of joy I have never felt before.”

The reality star revealed the news to her husband in a very clever and witty way. “Once I got myself together, I immediately thought about how I would I tell my husband. I always wanted to do it in a creative way. I decided to text Adam a photo of four positive pregnancy tests – yes, you read right, FOUR positive pregnancy tests – and added, ‘HAPPY EARLY FATHER’S DAY!’”

How cute!! So happy for the couple.

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