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Joy W. Sotto, Buntis Kay Baby #6! 'We Were Not Planning To Have Another One'Apat na lalaki at isang babae ang anak nina Joy at asawang si QC Vice Mayor Gian Sottoby Lei Dimarucut-Sison .
Ibinalita ni Joy Woolbright-Sotto, asawa ni Quezon City Vice Mayor Gian Sotto, na siya ay 16 weeks nang buntis sa ika-anim na anak.
Kahapon, April 12, kasabay ng Easter Sunday, nag-post si Joy sa kanyang Instagram ng isang tila movie poster na may pamagat na "Here We Grow Again" kung saan nakalarawan siya, si Gian, ang apat nilang anak na lalaki -- Hugo, 15, Edrigu, 12, Sandro, 8, Rossano, 7 -- at ang pinakabatang anak na babae na si Amari, 4 na taong gulang. Halata na dito ang baby bump ni Joy.
"16 WEEKS! So timely that as we celebrate the Resurrection of Christ, we also want to share that we are celebrating life.... a life of a new blessing! A secret we’ve been keeping since January.
"This came as a big surprise to us since we were really not planning to have another one.... BUT our plan was not God’s plan!ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOWCONTINUE READING BELOWRecommended Videos
"We’ve been wanting to share this last month, Gian’s @giansotto birthday month, but unfortunately it was when the Covid situation started and we felt that it just wasn’t the right time to share. We waited on God’s perfect time and TODAY felt right!"
Ayon sa announcement poster, sa September 2020 ang due date ni Joy.
Base nga sa caption ni Joy, gusto sana nilang i-announce ang kanyang pagbubuntis ngunit minabuti nilang maghintay na lang muna dahil sa sitwasyon ng COVID-19.
Sa isa pa niyang post, ikinwento niya na sa kasagsagan din ng enhanced community quarantine magtatatlong linggo na ang nakaraan, nagkaroon sila ng health emergency sa bahay na lubhang nakapag-alala sa kanya.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
Ayon kay Joy, nagkaroon ng injury si Amari, dahilan para sumakit ang kanyang kanang braso.
"My little girl had an accident. She was in pain and couldn’t move her right arm. I was praying and praying for 2 days that it would be ok after putting cold compress but it got worse. It swelled and she would cry from the pain!" sabi niya.
Pero dahil nga nandiyan ang banta ng COVID-19, hangga't maari ay ayaw sanang pumunta ni Joy ng ospital para iwas-hawa sa coronavirus.
"What most parents dread at this time, having to go to a hospital or see a doctor, happened to us!
"So thankful that friends were able to connect us to a doctor and we communicated online but since it wasn’t getting better, we needed to get an X-ray.
"Imagine the fear and worry going through our heads!"
Imbes na sa ospital ay sa isang diagnostic clinic na lang sila pumunta para magpa-X ray. Gayunman, todo pa din ang kanilang pag-iingat.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
"We found a Hi-Precision clinic that was open so that’s where we went. I was still scared to go though but we went in full gear, we wore our masks, jackets, glasses, and of course prayers for full protection. I drove with Amari and Yaya and Praise God there weren’t a lot of people. (Daddy @giansotto couldn’t bring us coz he had work)."
Abot-abot ang pasasalamat ni Joy dahil maganda naman ang resulta ng test na ginawa kay Amari.
"Results showed that there were no broken bones! Which was exactly what we prayed for!!! She just had multiple ligament sprain and a soft tissue contusion. She had to be on a sling for 2-3 weeks, and cold compress 3x a day.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
"Fast forward after a week, she seemed fine already. And after 2 weeks, she was back to her normal self, dancing and singing. You saw the video last Sunday right? It was as if nothing happened! Praise God!!!"
Dahil daw dito ay lalo pang tumibay ang paniniwala ni Joy na sa ating patuloy na pagdarasal, matatapos din ang COVID-19 crisis.
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