- LJ Moreno recently opened up about her personal life and her difficult battles
- The actress revealed that she had to close her baking business because she no longer had house helpers in the US
- She also thanked her husband, Jimmy Alapag, and their kids for helping her do household chores
- The celebrity mom also advised women who have suffered a miscarriage like her to have faith in God
LJ Moreno gave an exclusive interview to KAMI about her personal life and battles.
When asked about the difficulty of having no house helpers since moving to the US, LJ said that she had to close her baking business because of it. She also expressed her appreciation for her husband, Jimmy Alapag, and their kids for helping her do household chores.
“I had to stop doing my baking business because it was too hard to juggle that plus the kids schedule since it's just Jimmy and I. I'm just glad that Jimmy helps with both the kids and chores so super team work kami,” LJ told KAMI.
As for her revelation last year that she suffered a miscarriage, the celebrity mom’s advice for women who have experienced the same tragedy is to have faith in God and trust that He has a plan for them.
“Keep the faith. As hard as it is best thing to do is hold on to our Faith and trust that Gods plans are greater than ours,” she shared.
LJ Moreno is a former actress who is now a successful vlogger. She is married to Jimmy Alapag, a Filipino-American retired professional basketball player in the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA). They have three children, Ian Maximus, Keona Skye, and Calen Asher.
In a previous report by KAMI, LJ and Jimmy shared that they have to do household chores since they do not have a house helper in the US. Jimmy was responsible for doing the laundry while LJ had to take care of their children.
They also uploaded an intense vlog episode about a scary experience they had in the US. They recently almost had to evacuate from their homes due to a wildfire scare near their area. The actress also revealed that it was a scary experience for her and her family, especially for their son Ian who could be seen crying upon seeing the smoke outside their house.
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