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  • Iya Villania's Daughter Wears Onesie That Her Kuyas Have Worn

    Who does Alana look like more, her Kuya Primo or Kuya Leon?
    by Rachel Perez .
  • On Monday, October 19, 2020, Iya Villania shared a photo to mark her youngest child, daughter Alana's third month. But it was not just the little girl. She was joined by his brothers. 

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    "Primo on the left, Leon top right and Alana bottom right," Iya wrote as a caption. They were all wearing a white onesie with green piping and a sports jersey-like print that says 3 months. 

    At a glance, you'd think it was just one baby. The only difference is the Alana is wearing a white bow headband. Some say Alana looked more like Leon or Primo. Others see the resemblance of Alana with both her kuyas. 

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    One netizen asked if Iya had the onesies custom-made for her kids. She pointed out that it's just one onesie that Primo first wore when he was 3 months old. Then, Leon donned the same onesie to mark his third month. And now, Alana. 

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    Iya had always been vocal about reusing her kids' clothes. Leon wore a lot of Primo's clothes. She asked for diapers as gifts during her then baby shower since she intended to reuse the Primo's baby essentials for Leon. 

    Alana, too, wore her brothers' clothes at first. That's partly because Iya was so sure she was having another baby boy. The little girl's first few photos show her wearing blue overalls. Since then, however, Alana received dresses as gifts. 

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    The mom of three is also all about essential clothing. When one netizen asked her why Primo always wore white sando, she calmly explained that there shouldn't be an issue with it. 

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    "As long as those clothes are washed and clear, I don't see what the problem would be. This is a funny concern. Kids grow out of their clothes fast, so I like to keep it basic," Iya wrote in reply. The same principle applies to hand-me-down clothes, whether from an older sibling or relative or friend. 

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