LJ Moreno, Jimmy Alapag Give A Tour Of Their Two-Story Home In The StatesThey had to wait for their furniture to arrive from the Philippines.by Kitty Elicay .
In a vlog uploaded on their YouTube channel, the couple shared that it took a while to organize their home because they had been waiting for their stuff from the Philippines to arrive.
“Finally, we can give you a proper house tour! Those who have been following our vlogs know that it took some time for all of our stuff from the Philippines to arrive here in California and of course, we had to arrange and get settled first before doing this video,” the couple shared in the video’s description.
“Warning lang, hindi masyadong [maayos]… we cleaned it naman but because we have children, medyo magulo pa rin but I wanted to show you guys,” LJ says in the video.
“Ganun naman ang buhay, hindi naman laging sobrang nice and magazine perfect ang bahay,” the actress adds.
LJ Moreno And Jimmy Alapag’s California homeADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
The house has two floors with a nice, big backyard where the family can hang out and where Jimmy and their eldest son, Ian, can play hoops. The first floor has the children’s study room, formal living room, family room, dining area, kitchen, and wash area.
Fans of the couple would be familiar with their dining table, which was custom-made for their home back in the Philippines. “So glad that we were able to bring this from Manila because it’s got a lot of sentimental value,” Jimmy shares.
“Obviously, we started our family in our old house and the family continues here in the States,” the former cager adds.CONTINUE READING BELOWRecommended Videos
The second floor has four rooms — the boys’ room for Ian and Calen, Keona’s room, a guest room, and the master bedroom.
As expected, the master bedroom is spacious with a walk-in closet for Jimmy and LJ. The master bathroom also has its own bathtub — a favorite of the kids, according to Jimmy.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
Other pieces of furniture that LJ and Jimmy shipped to the U.S. was their bed and recliner. “We do have our recliner chair where LJ and I spent many naps with the kids back in Manila,” Jimmy shares.
While giving the tour, Jimmy noted the many piles of clothes lying around their room. He admits their house is still a work in progress.
“We still have work to do at this house. We’ve got most of our stuff organized but LJ still has boxes to go through. We’ve focused so much of our time and energy into fixing the kids’ stuff. Our stuff still needs to be organized but we’ll get to it,” he says.
Watch their video below to see what the whole house looks like:
Curious why LJ and Jimmy decided to live in the U.S.? Click here for their explanation.
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