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See Why Anne Curtis Calls Her Daughter 'Little Erwanita' (She's 6 Months Now!)She has her father's eyes.by Aggie Aviso .
This month, Anne Curtis got emotional as her daughter Dahlia Amelié turns 6 months old. She predicts she’ll have the same sentiment for every milestone her daughter reaches, even if she were already in her teens.
“I feel like it was just yesterday that I gave birth and held this sweet little girl in my arms for the first time,” Anne wrote on Instagram on Thursday, September 3, a day after she marked her sixth month milestone.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
“And just like that, half a year has gone by,” she said.CONTINUE READING BELOWRecommended VideosADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
Dahlia Amelié’s milestone photo is still on theme. But this time, instead of lying down, the little girl is sitting upright beside the flowers arranged in the number six. It’s also the first time Anne used a number pattern, making her life so much easier.
Looking at the little girl’s adorable face, we can see why Anne calls her daughter a “little Erwanita.” She looks a lot like her dad, Erwan Heussaff, who shared a closer look at his daughter’s bungisngis face.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
We know Anne is exclusively breastfeeding Dahlia, who has also began eating solid food a week before her sixth month.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
Reaching the half-year milestone, the new mom admits having mixed emotions. Anne is excited to see Dahlia grow and achieve all her milestones. On the other hand, she also wants “to keep her as my little baby.”ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
“Now I understand when mums and dads say ‘You’ll always be my little baby,’ because that’s what she’ll always be to me,” Anne said about Dahila. Aww.
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