‘One More Sleep Until Santa’

Matching Tia Morey Family Pajamas

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The Tia Morey family is getting ready for the countdown to Christmas!

In preparation for the arrival of Santa Claus, Morey, 43, and her husband, Cory Harderdict, 42, work to make sure daughter Cairo, 3, and son Cree, 10, are in the holiday spirit by matching the family in cute Christmas pajamas.

Morey captioned a series of photos on Instagram on Christmas Eve: “Just one more sleep until Santa comes, guys! Can’t wait to see the smiles on my kids’ faces.”

The first photo shows the entire Mowry-Hardrict family standing together in front of the fireplace (padded with socks!) and sporting matching Christmas pajamas. Cree gently wrapped his arms around his mother’s waist, while Cairo accessorized with a festive green headband.

Matching Tia Morey Family Pajamas

Matching Tia Morey Family Pajamas

Tia Morey / Instagram

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Mowry also shared other family vacation photos—including more matching PJ moments—from previous Christmas seasons.

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Matching Tia Morey Family Pajamas

Matching Tia Morey Family Pajamas

Tia Morey / Instagram

Last year, Mowry shared some adorable family photos as they modeled a matching Christmas Pegasus from The Children’s Place.

She said, “I mean…I can’t handle the allure of Cairo and Cree. Childrensplace has so many styles to choose from, I knew we’d find the perfect one that we’d all love.”

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Mowry and Hardrict – who married in 2008 – make it their mission to instill “team effort” into their children.

“We have a loving family,” Hardercht said during an appearance on The Day. People on TV!. “We try to teach our kids that if you have equality at home, that can be transmitted to the world and that’s what makes the world a better place.”

Morey also told PEOPLE that she hopes to set a positive example as a mother to Cree and Cairo.

“Kids learn by observation, so I’d like them to say their mom was a worker. She wanted us to work hard, and we’ve seen mom work hard,” she told PEOPLE in 2020.

And the actress continued, “She wanted us to pursue our dreams, and we saw her mother chasing her dreams.” “I want them to say she put 110 percent into everything she’s done for us, and that she always does her best.”

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