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Top of the Morning: Neri Naig Reveals Why She Gave Birth By Emergency CSPlus, watch cute videos of celebrity babes Primo, Pablo and Seve conversing with grownups, and more!by Rachel Perez .
1. Neri Naig shares her birthing storyADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
"Ninenerbyos na ang tatay mo sa labas ng delivery room. Maraming dugo ang nawala kay Mommy at nag emergency CS ako tapos ikaw ay nagkaron ng fever kaya nag stay tayo ng 12 days sa hospital," the new mom wrote. "Pero kinaya natin lahat, baby ko. Pinapatapang mo si Mommy. Ikaw at ang tatay mo ang strength ko," Neri added. She had previously revealed that even though Baby Miggy only had mild fever, it was scary. She also thanked her doctor who encouraged kangaroo care with Miggy to help bring down his fever. Neri ended her Instagram caption with, "Mahal na mahal ka namin ng tatay mo, anak ko. Ibang happiness ang bininigay mo sa amin. Kahit puyat kami at pagod, nawawala lahat yun dahil sayo. I love you, Miggy!" Neri also shared a video taken by her doctor which shows the first time Chito met Miggy. "Nakakatuwa and nakakaiyak at the same time," she wrote as caption to the video. See also a photo of Chito getting pooped on -- first-time parent funny moment!
2. Watch: Cute videos of celebrity babes conversing with grownups!ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOWADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
New parents are always giddy about anything their babies do, witnessing how they develop and grow into little humans. This week, we discovered videos of Baby Pablo and Primo "talking" to their moms Paula Peralejo and Iya Villania, respectively, and Baby Seve conversing with his grandma. "15seconds to make you SMILE. Guaranteed," wrote new dad Drew Arellano as caption for the video. "I love talking to Glama," read Baby Seve's Instagram video caption. "Savoring this time when my son still prefers my face," Paula wrote as part of her caption. These videos of babies’ smiles and reactions will surely make your day!
3. Look: Divine Lee's dark romantic prenup shootADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOWADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOWADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
Following their engagement in September, the socialite and her businessman fiancé Blake Go threw an engagement beach party in Balesin Island in Quezon last week. Photos of the fun-filled weekend had the official hashtag #FinalLEESheSaidGo. Apart from the party snaps, Divine also shared on Instagram their engagement-and-prenup photos which had a dark romantic theme, following Divine's wishes. The photos were shot by Mango Red Studios. According to Pep.ph, Divine will start with wedding preps after her birthday on January 14. "Iniisip ko pa lang [the preparations], napapagod na ako, hahaha! No specifics pa as of now. Have to go to feng shui pa for the date. I think that will define the location," she said. (cosmo.ph)
4. The Lego Batman new trailer focuses on The JokerADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
Another trailer for The Lego Batman movie has just been released, and this time, the focus is on his nemesis The Joker and the other villains who will play a part in the mayhem he inflicts on Gotham City, including The Riddler, The Penguin, Catwoman, and more. It also gives us a glimpse of how Batman will be taking on the role of a father figure in Robin's life -- yes, including installing safety seat belts in the Batmobile. More importantly, Batman will have to learn to work with a team in order to defeat the enemy and save the city. The Lego Batman opens in theaters in February 2017. (uproxx.com)
5. NPC urges parents to be more online savvy than kids
The National Privacy Commission (NPC) urges parents to improve their digital literacy, so that they could be role models for their kids' social media use and, if need be, protect their children from online dangers, such as criminals who are using social media for their illegal deed. Acero's suggestions were made following the death of a 17-year-old girl whose body was found in Cavite after meeting with a man she met through Facebook. "Dapat mga magulang mismo yung maging ahead sa digital literacy. Alam nila dapat yung tamang behavior online. Para pagdating sa anak natin matuturo natin, alam natin pag naging aware na sila sa puwede nilang gawin online, magiging responsible residents na sila," said NPC Complaints and Investigation Division chief Francis Acero. He further suggests to refrain from revealing personal information about oneself, and encourages to use different passwords across social media platforms and change them often. (gmanetwork.com)ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
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