WATCH: Anne Curtis loves singing to Baby Dahlia


“After ko magbaby, di ko na need ng electric fan para magka-vibrato.”

Newbie mommy Anne Curtis is having the time of her life getting to know her three-month-old baby girl. 

In an Instagram post, she shared that one of her favorite activities is singing to baby Dahlia and aligning their fingers together.

“One of our favorite things to do together… she’s so observant now… And…. I think she likes mummy’s voice,” she said.

In the video, baby Dahlia watches as her mom sings Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star. 

Anne happily shared that her daughter has finally learned how to “align” their fingers together. 

“Although I feel chamba but still kilig. Haha. Excited to eventually teach her close-open, arimunding-munding and beautiful eyes,” she said. 

In the comments, Anne’s friends were delighted to have witnessed the precious moment. 

“Such a precious moment! Thank you for sharing,” Iza Calzado wrote. 

While TV host Bianca Gonzales complimented Anne on being a “natural mama.”

One of her closest friends in the industry, Luis Manzano even joked that Anne’s baby might have her voice in the future.

“Baka tumanda na siya bigla with your voice Nips ha,” he said. 

A friend of Anne’s also took note of her singing voice. 

“Ang ganda ng boses mo diyan mama parang nasa tapat ng electric fan effect,” he said. 

To which she replied: “Yes mama!!! Imagine, ngayon pa, after ko magbaby, di ko na need ng electric fan para magka-vibrato.”

The It’s Showtime host has always been playfully teased by her friends in showbiz for her singing voice. In 2018, she had her 21st anniversary concert Anne Kulit Promise Last Na’To at the Smart Araneta Coliseum.

Anne gave birth to her first child on March 2. She gave birth in Melbourne, Australia where she is spending her maternity leave with her husband Erwan Heussaff. 

Rossane Ramos
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