- Baby Tali Sotto’s new adorable video online has stunned many netizens
- In the said video uploaded by Pauleen Luna, the baby girl can be seen reading a children’s book
- The book features Filipino food like Adobo, Bibingka, Dinuguan, and Sinigang, among others
- In the video’s caption, Pauleen expressed how proud she is of her smart three-year-old daughter
Baby Tali Sotto was able to impress a lot of netizens anew because of a video shared by her mom, Pauleen Luna.
In the said video, the three-year-old girl reads a children’s book that features Filipino food.
“Introducing Filipino food to Tali!"
"Tali loooves Filipino food or anything with sabaw! Her favorites are sinigang, monggo and bulanglang! I am so happy to come across this book, A for Adobo, from @pumplepiebooks cos we got to introduce other Filipino food as well,” Pauleen said in the caption.
The “Eat Bulaga” host went on to express how proud she is of her smart daughter.
“Also, she learned to read all the words in the book already so it makes me really proud.”
Pauleen likewise shared that reading is actually one of their bonding activities.
“I love how reading is one of our bonding activities! I hope she doesn't outgrow this”
Here's the video:
Talitha Maria Sotto is the daughter of "Eat Bulaga" hosts Vic Sotto and Pauleen Luna-Sotto who was born on November 6, 2017. The smart daughter of Vic and Pauleen recently turned three last November.
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Tali recently learned new Tagalog words taught to her by her father, Vic Sotto. On her Instagram Stories, Pauleen Luna shared a video showing her husband guiding Tali to read out loud some hilarious Tagalog words written in a children’s book. Among those words are panghi, ihi, utot and bantot.
Tali is also too cute to handle in a previous video shared by her mother, Pauleen. In the video, Tali can be seen holding a toy crab while singing Filipino children’s song “Tong Tong Tong Pakitong-Kitong”. However, in the last part of the song, the little girl said “nananaga” instead of “nangangagat”.
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