Andi Eigenmann admits to being nervous when her kids try new things

Andi Eigenmann admits to being nervous when her kids try new things

- Andi Eigenmann recently took to social media to share her daughter, Lilo's first time swimming in a rockpool

- The celebrity mom posted adorable photos which featured her and Lilo having some fun on the beach

- Along with the photos, Andi also penned a message to describe how Lilo handle doing something new

- Furthermore, she also candidly admitted that contrary to popular belief, she does get nervous just like any other parent when her kids are doing something they haven't done before

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Andi Eigenmann just shared another lovely post about her daughter Lilo on her Instagram page. The proud mom shared Lilo's reaction to her first-ever swimming in a rockpool.

According to the celebrity mom, Lilo was very observant and calm and was able to enjoy her surroundings. Andi also shared that her daughter loved swimming with the colorful fishes she found in the rockpool.

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Furthermore, Andi also took the opportunity to reveal that though she doesn't show it, she does get nervous whenever her children are doing something they haven't done before. However, she does keep her fears to herself as she does not want to hold back her kids from experiencing life to the fullest.

Andi Eigenmann admits to being nervous when her kids try new things
Andi Eigenmann with Philmar Alipayo and their children. Photo from Andi Eigenmann (@andieigengirl)
Source: Instagram
"Swimming in the rockpool was new to her (as a toddler) so before jumping in to join her, I wanted to see what she'd do. She was so steady and calm, carefully observing her surroundings. She quickly noticed all the colorful fish swimming underneath her (cus the water here is just that clear!), and for some reason that's when she realized she was safe to tread about and enjoy swimming with all the fishies! Contrary to what people assume, I do get nervous when my kids try things for the first time. But I do my best to keep it to myself because it wouldn't be fair to hold them back just because of my own fears and worries. If we believe in our kids, they'll believe in themselves too. Besides, the more risks we allow them to take, teaches them [sic] to take care of themselves."

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Aside from her narration of Lilo's new experience, Andi also posted photos of her and Lilo clearly having fun with their outing.

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Andrea Nicole Guck Eigenmann, known professionally as Andi Eigenmann, is a vlogger, actress and model from the Philippines. Andi's parents are actors Mark Gil and Jaclyn Jose. She is known for playing the dual role of Agua and Bendita in the television series 'Agua Bendita'. She is engaged to professional surfer Philmar Alipayo. She has 2 daughters and a son.

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KAMI previously reported that Andi Eigenmann and Philmar Alipayo have recently gone on a fun short trip to Daku Island with their three kids — Ellie, Lilo, and Koa Alipayo. In her latest vlog upload, Andi shared several snippets from their trip to Daku Island which has netizens in awe of the place.

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