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LOOK: Gavin Kramer turns 6, gets love from parents Chesca and Doug

/ 01:25 PM January 17, 2019

Team Kramer’s little boy Gavin turned a year older on Tuesday, Jan. 15, and got a lot of love from his parents, actress Chesca and Philippine Basketball Association cager Doug.

Doug reminisced about his son being a baby in an Instagram post shared on Gavin’s birthday. “I still remember the day you were born like it was just yesterday!” he said. “So chubby before, I used to say you were fat that grew a head!”

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He also described the boy as “sweet, very caring and very sensitive.” “You remind me of me Gavin!” Doug added.

The cager also said that there would be no big celebration for Gavin’s birthday, as he and his wife are saving for a big one next year, when he turns seven.

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Meanwhile, mom Chesca wishes for Gavin’s sixth birthday to be one of his “happiest, and merriest birthdays ever.”

“Time has wings,” she said about him growing up. “[Please] be patient and allow mama to always hug and squeeze you tight, kiss you endlessly, and stare at that handsome face of yours.”

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To celebrate his birthday in school, he had his classmates gathered for a fun-filled day. Gavin, dressed as a Red Power Ranger, was treated to lollicakes. Meanwhile, his classmates had tumblers with Gavin’s name printed on it as party treats.

Happy birthday, Gavin! JB

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