Candace Cameron Bure wished her daughter Natasha a happy birthday in the sweetest way.
Candace posted two photos of the mother-daughter duo on Instagram on Sunday, August 15. The first photo showcases the pair donning similar denim outfits while the second shows them strutting their stuff.
“Happy 23rd birthday to this beauty 🥳. I love you my Tashi💕” she captioned the photos.
Who is Natasha Valerievna Bure? She was born on August 15, 1998 in Los Angeles, California. You may recognize Natasha from her previous entertainment career.
She is an actress that has starred in The Farmer and the Belle: Saving Santaland, Home Sweet Home, and Faith, Hope & Love.
In 2016 she appeared on NBC’s The Voice. Adam Levine turned around for her during the blind auditions. She was eliminated during the battle rounds, the following week.
Candace Cameron Bure On Her Family
Candace Cameron Bure is a mother to three children. She and her husband Valeri share 22-year-old Natasha, 21-year-old Lev, and 19-year-old Maksim.
After Full House ended, some people didn’t like the fact that she focused on motherhood.
“And it was like, they were always disappointed and which in turn made me feel even more like, oh my gosh, being a mom is… I’m ‘just’ a mom. Like this is not valued by society,” she shared.
She told All Mom Does that becoming a mother is one of the most selfless things a person can do. Being a mother to three kids has made her grow up in numerous ways and matures her. She enjoyed seeing the changes in herself.
“But then caring for another human being,” she continued. “It becomes the most selfless thing you can do which is why you grow in your character. I love that. I think the best parts of me when my kids just love me back, when they hug on me and want to be with me. It’s unbelievable. What’s not to love about being a mom?”
Candace Cameron Bure admitted that she is a strict mother, but it is out of love. She shared that while growing up and even sometimes still today she wants to meet their friends and their friends’ parents. When they were younger, she also required that they text her when they arrive somewhere.
“We work hard to keep our communication open and talk through any situation,” she explained. “I am always willing to listen. But, I don’t always say ‘yes.’ My goal as a parent is not to make my kids happy, but to guide them to be respectful, curious, responsible, resilient, kind, giving, and thoughtful adults.”