Tamera Mowry-Housley shares an adorably messy family video from her family’s Thanksgiving celebration

Tamera Mowry-Housley took to Instagram Thursday to share how thankful she is for her family in an adorable Thanksgiving video.

The Sister, Sister star, 44, was joined by husband Adam Housley, 51, and their two children — daughter Ariah, 7, and son Aden, 9 — in the adorably messy clip, where they all shared what they’re thankful for.

‘Happy Thanksgiving from our family to you! We hope your day is filled with love, laughter and joy! #happythanksgiving2022 #thankfulness #familylove’ she captioned the video.

Cute!  Tamera Mowry-Housley took to Instagram Thursday to share how thankful she is for her family in an adorably messy Thanksgiving video.

Cute! Tamera Mowry-Housley took to Instagram Thursday to share how thankful she is for her family in an adorably messy Thanksgiving video.

“Hi, we’re the Housley family and we just wanted to say Happy Thanksgiving and let you know what we’re thankful for,” Tamera said at the beginning of the clip.

Adam began by complimenting his daughter’s hair: “I’m thankful for Ariah’s hair.”

Meanwhile, Ariah playfully began testing dad’s clip-on microphone as she approached him and said: ‘I’m thankful for dad.’

Grateful: The actress, 44, was joined by husband Adam Housley, 51, and their two children - daughter Ariah, seven, and son Aden, nine, for the clip, where they all shared what they were thankful for.

Grateful: The actress, 44, was joined by husband Adam Housley, 51, and their two children – daughter Ariah, seven, and son Aden, nine, for the clip, where they all shared what they were thankful for.

At the same time, the camera pans to Aden, who has been hit in the face by the family dog’s tail.

Another problem came when Tamera told Ariah to get rid of the plastic Gatorade bottle she was holding that didn’t sit well with the little one.

She started clapping her hands and the family joined in as well and then told her dad, “Don’t tickle me, dad!”

Laughter: Their kids didn't make the task any easier though, as Ariah playfully began testing her dad's clip-on microphone as she approached him and said: 'I'm thankful for dad'

Laughter: Their kids didn’t make the task any easier though, as Ariah playfully began testing her dad’s clip-on microphone as she approached him and said: ‘I’m thankful for dad’

Family Chaos: At the same time, the camera pans to Aden, who is hit in the face by the tail of the family dog.

Family Chaos: At the same time, the camera pans to Aden, who is hit in the face by the tail of the family dog.

No Bottle: The next number came when Tamera told Ariah to get rid of the plastic Gatorade bottle she was holding that didn't sit well with the little one.

No Bottle: The next number came when Tamera told Ariah to get rid of the plastic Gatorade bottle she was holding that didn’t sit well with the little one.

She then proceeded to form a heart with her hands and blow a kiss to the camera.

Meanwhile, Aden was sitting there looking disinterested in the video shoot.

“Great, you guys want to say ‘Happy Thanksgiving,'” Tamera finally asked before the entire family wished their viewers a happy holiday.

Adorable: Then she started making a heart with her hands and blowing her mouth at the camera

Adorable: Then she started making a heart with her hands and blowing her mouth at the camera

Disinterested: Meanwhile, Aden sat looking disinterested in the video shoot

Disinterested: Meanwhile, Aden sat looking disinterested in the video shoot

Happy Thanksgiving: 'Awesome, you mean

Happy Thanksgiving: ‘Okay guys, you want to say ‘Happy Thanksgiving”’ Tamera finally asked before the whole family wished their viewers a happy holiday

The Real co-host shared some of her parenting tips during an appearance on Good Morning America: “I would just say take it one day at a time. Know that your best is good enough.”

“There will be days when you have it together and then there will be days when you fall apart and that’s okay! It’s part of the journey. That’s life.’

Tamera married the Fox News correspondent in 2011 after nearly six years.

They said ‘I do’ in California’s Napa Valley, where they now live and where Adam’s family owns a vineyard.

Being strong: Tamera married Fox News correspondent in 2011 after nearly six years;  Pictured on January 20, 2018 in Los Angeles

Being strong: Tamera married Fox News correspondent in 2011 after nearly six years; Pictured on January 20, 2018 in Los Angeles

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