Tia Mowry revealed she and her twin sister Tamera Mowry's desires to have a second child at the same time.
Tia, who has a son, Cree, 2, with husband Corey Hardrict, said while her sister is already thinking about having another child, they often think about what would happen if they got pregnant at the same time.
"There's always this inner competition with my sister and I: who's going to have the second child first," Tia shared with People magazine. "It would be interesting if we end up getting pregnant together. That would be crazy cool in a way."
Tia, whose new sitcom Instant Mom premiered last month, confessed, however, that she is not in a rush to have a second child right away.
"I think I'm going to wait a little bit right now. I personally want to give all my attention to my son right now," she explained to the weekly. "I don't know how I can balance two kids right now, but who knows... I do want another child-and sooner rather than later-but just not now."
Tia gave birth to her son Cree in July 2011. She and Hardrict have been married for five years and renewed their vows this past spring. The couple had an intimate ceremony with 20 guests beachside in Malibu, Calif. in April, according to Us Weekly.
She ended her six-year run on BET's television series, The Game, last year. Her new NickMom sitcom, Instant Mom, is a 30-minute scripted series, which stars Tia as Stephanie, a young woman who is married to an older man with children. Tia is also one of the show's producers, according to Fulton Critic.
Tia's twin sister Tamera married Adam Housley, a Fox News correspondent, on May 15, 2011. They wed after dating for almost six years. The couple welcomed Aden John Tanner Housley, on Nov. 12, 2012. He weighed 9 pounds, 5 ounces and measured 21.5 inches when she gave birth at Cedars Sinai Hospital in Los Angeles, Calif. Both sisters are first-time parents.
Their reality show, Tia & Tamera, which follows the lives of the twin sisters as they juggle a career and family life, recently moved to the E! network. The Wrap reported last month that E! will begin re-airing season 3. The show's original home, the Style Network, was replaced by Esquire Network on Sept. 23.
Tamera also co-hosted a daytime talk show The Real this summer, which first aired in select markets on FOX on July 15. The season 1 finale aired on Oct. 4. The show has since been picked up again for 2 more seasons, according to her website.