To give viewers a sneak peek of how ordinary moms deal with their duties in this time of a pandemic, host Toni Gonzaga introduced three Kapamilya mommies Karla Camille Dee, Myla Aratates, and Teresa Magat. These women share one thing in common – they are moms to future superstars!
Kara loves recording her baby daughter’s mini dance performances at home and the produced videos are nothing but a source of good vibes. The work-from-home mother said her child would automatically groove along any kind of tune. Kara’s work setup plus mommy duties can sometimes become exhausting and challenging. But on the bright side, she’s grateful for the unexpected effects of the quarantine period like giving them more time to bond at home, especially since her child’s toddler years entail extensive attention, care, and supervision. It also allowed her to witness every second of her child’s milestones, development, and little quirks and this makes her cling to the more positive outcome of the situation. She now has more chances of playing with her baby and reading her books.
Myla’s kid is starting to show potential as a vlogger. As a full-time mom, she’s more than willing to provide him with her all-out support and care. She knows her child misses going out, so she keeps on introducing creative activities like painting to ease the boredom and learn at the same time. Mommy Myla is a hands-on mother even before the pandemic happened. She’s always been her son’s best friend and they love doing things together 24/7. She promised to be supportive of whatever path her child wishes to pursue in the future, as long as he is on the right track. And no matter what happens, she’d be by his side guiding him every step of the way.
Also a full-time housewife, Teresa continues with her usual routine as a homemaker while adding in more caution. She makes sure that her kids are healthy by giving them vitamins, fruits, and vegetables. Her biggest dream for her children is they may finish their schooling, no matter what course they’d wish to take up in college, as long as they are happy with their choices. At the end of the day, what matters most is seeing her kids fulfilled.