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  • 'Kami Naman!': Isabelle Daza, Anne Curtis, Solenn Heussaff And It Moms Reunite For Moms Night Out

    The mommas (and dads!) left the kids at home and we’re here for it!
    by Ronna Capili Bonifacio .
'Kami Naman!': Isabelle Daza, Anne Curtis, Solenn Heussaff And It Moms Reunite For Moms Night Out
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  • When was the last time you went out with your friends? It girls turned It moms Isabelle Daza, Anne Curtis, Solenn Heussaff, Bea Soriano-Dee, and Liz Uy reminded us why hanging out with your friends is a must for parents, too!

    Isabelle Daza, mom of two, podcaster, and children’s book author shares in her stories, “After kids’ parties, kami naman…”

    Dahlia Amelie, Anne Curtis’ daughter recently celebrated her birthday and Christening while Liz Uy’s youngest son Matias turned one. Their families were seen celebrating these milestones together.

    You know you’re a Tita when…

    In another Instagram story, Isabelle joked that they were “Momshies gone wild”.

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    These five stylish moms and entrepreneurs poked fun at their newfound “promotions” in life through their respective social media accounts. Apparently, they Googled ‘Where is it cool to have a drink?’

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    Isabelle's post asking ‘What is this place?’ is giving us parents who haven’t gone out in a while all the feels.

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    Liz shares an ‘Expectations vs. Reality’ reel where the mommas are first seen walking together like their usual ‘It girls’ selves till it cuts to Isabelle Daza teaching her friends the Paro Paro G choreography.

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    Nico Bolzico, dad to Tili AKA Tilibolz and husband of Solenn also joins in on the joking, sharing a photo of Solenn captioned “I got a new wife or what?”

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    Here’s why you deserve a guilt-less night out

    Seeing the It girls with their friends and husbands hanging out together is a fun throwback and reminds us parents of our own pre-parent days. Just because we’ve grown up a bit and sing "The Wheels On The Bus" all day long now doesn’t mean the person we were then is gone. 

    Take this as a cue that it may be time to invite her out for some fun again!

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    1. You can reconnect with your friends.

    We’ve all had more than enough video conferences and zoom e-numans with our friends the past few years. Maybe it’s time to touch base and catch up with your friends now that it’s safer to move around.

    You don’t have to have a fab night out on the town if that’s not your style. Gather your girlfriends, plan out your drink list and menu, and hang out in someone’s home if that’s what you enjoy more.

    If you do decide to dress up and dance a bit, know that parents deserve to have just as much fun as a non-parent does!

    2. You can unplug and turn off your mom brain.

    Admit it, parents are always sensitive to what their kids need before they even need it. Our brains are always ‘turned on’ anticipating the next possible danger.

    Spending time with our partners and friends gives us a few hours where all we’ll be thinking about is what we want to do and what we want to eat. No figuring out what will my child eat, no cutting up food to bite-sized pieces, no rushing to change a diaper in the middle of a meal.

    It can take a bit of getting used to if you haven’t done it enough yet, but we assure you, it’s worth it!

    3. You can recharge.

    Remember how you feel refreshed and renewed once your child falls asleep early and you are able to binge-watch more K-drama episodes than you were planning to that night?

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    That’s how getting away for a few hours and spending time with yourself and your friends can feel, but multiply it to 100.

    Once you shake off the guilt that you missed one bedtime, allow yourself to fully enjoy the company. Then see how it changes your perspective of messed up toys, spilled food, and other inconveniences the next day. 

    You may just find yourself getting angry a little less that day because you have allowed yourself time to reset.

    And once you get away even just for a few hours, you just might have a renewed sense of how fun and blessed parenthood can be.

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