Elisse Joson and McCoy De Leon Hate Lock In Tapings Because It Takes Them Away From Baby‘Hindi niyo kami masisisi kasi ‘yung anak namin, sobrang bait,’ says Dad McCoy
It’s obvious that McCoy De Leon, father to Felize McKenzie, would like to be with his daughter as much as he could. In Elisse Joson’s latest vlog ‘Getting to Know You (more) ft. Mccoy’, the real life partners and love team play a card game where the two answer questions for each other.
When McCoy drew the question “If I could relive one day in my life again, which day would it be?” Elisse answered that he would want to relive “every waking moment na nandiyan si Felize.
“Kasi lagi kong naririnig sa ‘yo yung tuwang-tuwa ka pag gising mo, nakikita mo si Felize nag-s-smile.”
McCoy is a smitten dad
“Sobrang genuine ng happiness,” McCoy says. “Kamukha ko pa. Sobra akong napapasaya ng batang yon.”
The new parents, who recently had Felize baptized, played The Ultimate Game For Couples. The two tested their knowledge of each other and gave their audience a little more personal information about themselves, from McCoy’s favorite and most disliked holiday (hint: it’s the one that cost him lots of money), to Elisse’s first car and dream job as a child.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
But what one can’t deny when watching this episode is just how smitten McCoy is over their daughter.
Memories are important
Elisse reveals that McCoy received the opportunity to fly abroad to Korea for work but turned it down.
“Importante yung memories with her,” McCoy says. And as Elisse explains, his greatest fear would be to miss out on Felize growing up.
Elisse answered “What is my greatest fear?” with “[Yung] Hindi mo makasama si Felize. Hindi mo makita siyang lumaki, and yung development niya.”
Why McLisse hates lock in tapings
It’s no wonder that the answer to what Elisse hates about her job is lock in taping.
“Di niyo kami masisi talaga kasi yung anak namin, sobrang bait. Sobrang sarap kasama. Gusto pa namin makita yang development [niya].”
Fun ways to build memories with your baby
A child’s first year might not be remembered by the child herself, and that’s why parents today are going through great lengths to capture as much as they can. Here are three fun things you can do to capture your baby’s memories:CONTINUE READING BELOWRecommended Videos
1. Go traditional with a photo book.
Use all the photos you have saved up from your phone and turn it into a photo book. If you really want to go old school, you can print the photos then create a scrapbook.
In the future, your child will enjoy seeing all the milestone month photos, photos of their firsts, and what a regular day looked like when they were still babies.
2. Design an infographic.
Are you into data? Whip out your Canva skills and relive your poster making days with an infographic of your baby’s first year.The Internet is filled with many templates you can take inspiration from or buy, including details like the date, day, and time they were born.
You can also include when they hit their milestones of rolling over, crawling, sitting, standing, and walking.
You can also include fun details like their favorite book, nursery rhyme, and food.
3. Go techy with a 1-second per day video.
See baby grow up in just six minutes with a one-second-per-day video. On her first year, watch every second from day 1 and try not to cry at how fast time flies.
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