- Erwan Heussaff once again uploaded a short video of his first baby with Anne Curtis
- The child, whose name is Dahlia Amelie, can be heard crying in the said newly-posted clip
- The famous content creator also teased his wife through the caption of the post
- Many netizens did not hesitate to comment after watching the said video of baby Dahlia
Erwan Heussaff recently uploaded a video of baby Dahlia Amelie where she can be heard sobbing.
KAMI learned that it was the first time that the public was able to hear the voice of his and Anne Curtis’ firstborn.
The famous vlogger stated through the caption of his post that the voice of his first daughter is as beautiful as the voice of her mom.
"Beautiful voice like her mom,” he wrote.
However, just like the other videos that Erwan uploaded online, the face of the said baby was still not shown to the public.
Many netizens are already requesting the prominent couple to reveal their daughter’s face, but some of them are already contented hearing her voice for now.
Here are some of their comments:
“Iyak nagugutom na!!! O inaantok?”
“You're so cute, Dahlia! We all can’t wait to see you!!”
“Enjoy muna nila si baby kasi minsan lang maging baby. Makuntento na lang tayo kung ano lang yung gusto nilang ipakita.”
“Ayan na! Paunti-unti na. Sunod niyan mukha naman.”
“I believe na ipapakita na ang face ni baby real soon.”
“Baby Dahlia needs gatas na. Soooo cute!”
In a previous article by KAMI, Anne excitedly went to a grocery store with baby Dahlia and Erwan.
Erwan Heussaff is a prominent YouTube content creator in the Philippines. His videos often focus on food. He already has more than 2 million subscribers.
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