Tamera Mowry has posted another tribute to her late niece.
Mowry, who has become an advocate for anti-gun violence, posted a picture of niece Alaina Housley along with her 6-year-old son, Aden.
The post was captioned:
"Alaina. God, we miss you. Yesterday you were supposed to come home. The questions of why consume my mind. But I must hold on to the fact that our Lord is sovereign. The reality of you not being here hits stronger today. I miss your giggles, I miss your smile, I miss the way you would roll your eyes when you heard someone say something crazy. I miss the way you would so gracefully scoop up Ariah and Aden, and the way you took their hands and walked away to play. You had a heart pure with love and kindness. Oh what this world needs more of now. My children loved you. I loved you. I know I have a guardian angel with me now. But selfishly I want you here with me. Until we meet and sing again.
Ironically, 6 years ago today the senseless shooting of #sandyhookelementary occurred. Praying for the families and individuals who have had to endure and survive senseless gun violence. The world moves on. We don’t."
Alaina was killed last month in a shooting at the Borderline Bar and Grill in Thousand Oaks, CA. Mowry briefly took time away from her job as co-host on the daytime talk show, The Real, but has since returned.