- The latest post of Andi Eigenmann has earned her a lot of praises from netizens
- In that particular post, which consists of a photo of her daughter, Ellie, and a heartwarming caption
- A portion of her caption states that a part of her “always feels missing” when Ellie is not around
- She also indicated that all her three kids have a place in her heart, which she allows to grow big to accommodate all of those Andi love
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The latest post of Andi Eigenmann on her Instagram account has earned a lot of praises from many netizens.
Andi would often post about family and values, something that many netizens are on the lookout for.
This particular post, which shows a photo of her daughter, Ellie, along with a heartwarming caption, is again earning thousands of likes from followers and fans.
In her caption, Andi said that there’s always a part of her that goes missing whenever Ellie is not around.
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“A part of me always feels missing when this kid isn't around. I miss her so much!” Andi wrote in her post.
She also said that having many kids does not mean that she also has to split her heart into several parts.
“Having 3 kids doesn't mean we learn to split our heart into pieces. Mothers just have this innate capabality of having our hearts grow big enough to have more and more love to give,” Andi wrote.
The actress also said that she cherishes her capability to grow her heart as it is very important for her kids.
“I cherish this gift so much because it is the most important thing we can offer our kids. But it could get pretty difficult too. Especially when they start to grow into their own person with their own preferences and making their own decisions,” she wrote in the caption box further.
Andi admitted, however, that Ellie might not stay with her forever, which is why she is raising her properly so her daughter could find her true self.
“I just have to constantly remind myself that I commited to raising my little girl in order for her to find her true and authentic self so that she could live her happiest and best life. Not so that she could stay with me forever and keep me comfortable,” Andi said.
Andi and Ellie’s father, Jake Ejercito, have a co-parenting agreement that allows the actor to have their daughter spend time with him for several days.
It wasn’t clear if Jake took Ellie with him again as Andi did not mention it.
Andrea Nicole Guck Eigenmann, better known as Andi Eigenmann, is a Pinay actress, model, and vlogger. She maintains a YouTube channel called “Happy Islanders,” which talks about her life as a mother and partner on the island of Siargao. She was born on June 25, 1990, to actor Mark Gil and actress Jaclyn Jose in Marikina, Metro Manila. She attended Miriam College in Quezon City during her elementary and high school years, then went to attend De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde, taking up the course of Bachelor of Arts in Fashion Design and Merchandising. Andi started her showbiz career in 2007 when she landed a role in the TV soap, Prinsesa ng Banyera. She later played the lead role in Agua Bendita, a fantasy-drama TV series.
Recently, Andi's mother, Jaclyn Jose, said she could not help but ask why her grandson, Koa, always has a shocked look on his face. This was after Andi shared several photos of Koa and Lilo's adorable bonding moment on Instagram. According to the celebrity mom, she has finally transitioned from "flatlaying" babies to simply capturing their cute moments together. She then eventually noticed her mother's hilarious reaction to the photos and responded to it afterward.
Andi also previously took to Instagram and to express how she got scared when she saw Lilo. She said that she was doing some shoot when she heard a little voice saying "Mama." When she turned around, she really got scared at what she saw. Lilo was standing near the rails and was trying to peek, with her face covered in what looked like red paint.