Who knows more Tagalog words? Mothers Isabelle Daza and Georgina Wilson reveal their sons’ personalities in this video
By Jane Kingsu-Cheng
For Mother’s Day, Isabelle Daza-Semblat posted on her IGTV a video of her and her cousin Georgina Wilson-Semblat. In just four minutes, we found out quite a lot about their babies Baltie and Archie.
Questions on who looks more like his mom, and who can speak Tagalog better are revealed in this four-minute video. Here are just some of the snippets:
- Archie knows more Tagalog words like “sakit” (it hurts) and “baho” (smells bad).
- Baltie is more clingy to mom. Isabelle adds, “because he’s still young.”
- Archie might “start an adobo movement,” according to his mom Georgina.
- Baltie’s more serious, while Archie is more pilyo (mischievous).
- Archie is “more malambing” (affectionate) when he wants something
- Both moms feel their sons look like them.
More questions are answered in the video, like who takes after their dad and who is more of a Diaz (from their side of the family)?
One thing is for sure, not all babies are alike. You cannot compare them, but you can help them be the best that they can be; and that’s our duty as mothers.