Vic Sotto enjoys the new normal with daughter, admits Tali is the only child whose ‘firsts’ he was able to witness

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  • Vic Sotto enjoys the new normal because working at home gives him more time with his youngest offspring Tali
  • As compared to his other children when he was mostly outside working, he was able to see Tali’s firsts
  • He also revealed that Tali has a talent in singing

If you are a career woman or a hard-working dad, you could probably relate to this.

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COVID has practically changed our working set up. But the common denominator among all is that we are pushed to stay at home. In effect, that means spending more time with our loved ones.

On the other hand, the bargain to keep ourselves away from the virus gives us more benefits than expected.

Among those who are enjoying this is no other than actor and veteran host Vic Sotto. In a post by Kapuso Mo Jessica Soho on Facebook, he was asked how his new normal is with his youngest offspring Tali.

Vic admitted that he is mostly out of the house filming for most of his life in the showbiz industry. He would see Tali in the mornings, but she is already asleep when he arrives home. Well, that changed when ECQ came.

“Most of my life, since showbiz, I was always out of the house, nagte-taping, nagshu-shoot, before mag-lockdown, magkikita kami sa umaga. Pag-uwi ko, tulog na siya. Bihira ‘yung time for bonding noon. Nu’ng nag-ECQ, it gave me time for more bonding with my wife and with Tali.”

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While hosting at home for Eat Bulaga, his daughter would usually stay close to him. When his cue comes, Tali starts dancing.

“Mahilig siyang kumanta. Actually, nauna pa nga siyang kumanta kaysa magsalita eh! ‘Yung Eat Bulaga theme song, memoryado na niya.”

Vic considers this phase a whole new experience for him since he did not see his other children’s firsts except for Tali.  He revealed, “Tali is my first child na halos nakita ko lahat ng firsts niya —  first steps, the first song, first words. Ang sarap sa pakiramdam.”

In the end, he is proud of his children because he can talk about them the whole day.

“I really wouldn’t care if bawas ‘pogi’ points ‘yun o kung ano man. It doesn’t matter to me, because I’m very proud of them. I can talk about them forever.”

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