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Toni Gonzaga shares values she and Paul slowly try to instill in Baby Seve

By: - Entertainment Correspondent
/ 09:04 PM March 15, 2018

Paul Soriano, Baby Seve and Toni Gonzaga. INQUIRER.net/Clarizel Abanilla

In this digital age and modernism, raising kids are more challenging than it was before. But celebrity couple Toni Gonzaga and Paul Soriano are determined to keep Baby Seve’s foundations whole by instilling in him values even at an early age.

“Of course ‘yung obedience niya sa parents niya, humility also I told Paul I want Seve to grow up na humble siya and ‘yun siguro God-fearing ‘yung respect niya to people and humility,” Toni said at the press launch of their newest endorsement as a family, Red Ribbon.

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“I want to see how much I can exercise his imagination and open his mind to create. I actually can’t wait to learn from him and learn from his perspective, to be able to share to him our favorite things and then see it from his part,” Paul said.

Now as parents, Paul and Toni would want Seve to experience the things that they weren’t able to experience when they were his age.

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Seve’s well-being is also the reason why Toni wants to focus on him first before bring a baby no.2 into their home. She wants to hone her son first before she gives her all to another child. /jpv

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