Tamera Mowry-Housley, the 35-year-old Christian actress and new co-host of the talk show "The Real," recently revealed her desires to have twins.
Mowry-Housley is the twin sister of fellow actress Tia Mowry-Hardrict and recently spoke about the possibilities of giving birth to her own set of twins.
"If I was blessed with twins, of course, I would be very grateful and very happy," she told OK! magazine. "However, having twins is a lot of work, so I physically-or mentally-can't imagine taking care of two at the same time."
However, she explained why growing up as a twin was not the easiest thing in the world.
"It's a lot of work," she told OK!. "Make sure that people don't see them as one person…It's important to realize that they may look alike… and they may have come out at the same time, but they're individuals. Treat them that way."
Mowry-Housley gave birth to her son Aden 10 months ago and explained why she was thinking about the possibility of bringing other children into her family.
"I am planning on having a second baby. My doula says the 10-month spot is the sweet spot because I'm having so much fun with my son," she told OK!. "He sleeps through the night; he's mobile, but not to the point where he's breaking my back. That's usually the time that people are like, 'Okay, I'm ready for No. 2.' That's where I am right now."
Mowry-Housley is a Christian and previously spoke about how her conservative values were upheld when starting her family.
"I'm also conservative about relationships like living together before you're married. We just spoke about that and I don't think you should," Mowry-Housley recently told CocoaFab.com. "I didn't want to live with my boyfriend because I wanted to get married to experience that. All the other girls, except for (The Real co-host) Jeannie, wanted to know what they were getting before they got married."