Anne Curtis opened up about being a first-time mother and how motherhood has changed her perspective in life.
Actress Anne Curtis recently opened up about being a first-time mother and how motherhood has changed her perspective in life.
Anne got real about the situations she experienced as a first-time mom.
During the virtual launching event of Johnson’s Milk+Rice Bath and Lotion, which she and her one-year-old baby Dahlia were endorsers of, she revealed that she’s a “praning” mom.
When asked if she’s the type to always consult her daughter’s pediatrician especially during her first months, the actress said that she still asked questions to her pediatrician because she’s a “praning” mom.
She also shared that she’s the type of mother that even when it comes to products for her daughter, she wanted to read what’s in the product first.
The actress also said that she trusted herself a little bit more but one thing her pediatrician also told her to do — to stop Googling even if it’s late-night. She also shared that her pediatrician told her to message him instead of asking Google.
Anne also shared how motherhood has changed her perspective in life. According to her, she learned how to value the time that she spent with her baby so much more.
“I think learning to value time. You know, ‘cause when you’re thinking about yourself, and not really thinking about anyone else, like I mean, yeah your family and your boyfriend, but when you become a mom, you value your time spent with your children so much. Parang that’s your priority,” Anne said.