1. Alwyn Uytingco pays tribute to wife Jennica Garcia
When Jennica Garcia guested on Sarap Diva, her husband Alwyn Uytingco was asked to give her a message. Alwyn's reply: "Adik 'yan sa pagiging nanay." He explained Jennica would read so many books when she wanted to learn something about motherhood. "Tambak nga 'yung libro sa bahay, eh. Pero isa-isa niyang tinatapos 'yan. Talagang makikita mo naman na ibang klase 'yung ituturo niya sa'yo na about how to take care of a child the very natural way. Kaya, nakakatuwa kasi ang dami mong puwedeng matutunan sa kanya." As a wife, Alwyn said he couldn't ask for more. "I just want to honor her for being such a great mom and a loving wife. Thank you for your love, mahal. For your overflowing love for our family, and also for being compassionate sa ibang mga nanay. Ipagpatuloy mo 'yung advocacy mo sa pagtulong sa ibang mga nanay, kailangan nila 'yun. And, I'm really proud of you. I love you." (gmanetwork.com)
2. Marian Rivera shares how Baby Zia enjoys 'school'
In an interview with Nelson Canlas, Marian Rivera gave an update on how Baby Zia was doing in her music school, as we previously reported. "Mahilig siya sa music at saka friendly siya. Ma-touch siyang tao, sabi ko nga very sweet na bata." She even quipped that her daughter is a "bungisngisera," which the little one probably got from her. And if you need further proof that Baby Zia loves music, just check this video taken during her mom Marian's "priceless" birthday celebration in Balesin. Yes, this family is "just chill by the beach." (gmanetwork.com)
3. See how Olivia Reyes reacted the first time she ate chocolates!
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Do you remember the first time you tasted chocolates? We bet it was similar to how radio DJ Andi Manzano's daughter reacted after she's tasted the sweet treat for the very first time--she can't stop! A video of Baby Olivia enjoying her first taste of chocolate was posted on her Instagram site. The caption read, "It's a whole new wooooorrrrrllllddddd!" We feel you, Olivia, but remember to eat choloates in moderation--always. (spot.ph)
4. Regular tricycles nationwide to be replaced by e-trikes According to the Department of Energy (DOE), the $500-million electric tricycle project will still push through. The "2012 Market Transformation through Introduction of Energy-Efficient Electric Vehicles Project" is a collaboration between the DOE and the Asian Development Bank. The project aims to replace all regular tricycles nationwide with an inital batch of 3,000 electric tricylcles, which will arrive by the end of September this year. The Electric Vehicle Association of the Philippines (EVAP) announced last April that it aims to roll out a million electric vehicles by 2020, which includes trucks, jeepneys and tricycles. (entrepreneur.com.ph)
5. Chinese woman claims she has been pregnant for 17 months An expectant mother from Central China claims she's been pregnant eight months longer than she should be. Wang Shi should have delivered her baby in November last year, but according to local news site Shanghaiist, doctors were not able to deliver her baby last year since it was "underdeveloped." "I feel ashamed of being pregnant for so long. I hope I can successfully and safely deliver my baby next month," she says, adding that the pregnancy has cost them more money than it should. Wang, who refused to have an ultrasound, said she would seek a Cesarean operation next month. Health officials, however, said she could not have been pregnant for 17 months because “there’s no evidence, medical or otherwise, that suggests so.” (inquirer.net)