- Anne Curtis revealed that she was a "praning" kind of mom who would be very meticulous when it comes to what is happening to Baby Dahlia
- According to the actress, in Australia, she experienced calling a hotline where a midwife would always answer and would ask even the simplest questions
- She recounted that sometimes the midwife would just laugh and would immediately know that she is a first-time mom
- The ultimate advice that she got from her pediatrician is to stop Googling everything
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Anne Curtis revealed during the launch of Johnson's Milk+Rice Bath and Lotion what she was like as a mother to Baby Dahlia.
The mom answered that she is the "praning" type of mom who would always Google everything.
She then narrated how she would often call a hotline in Australia, where a midwife is always on duty to answer calls, and would ask all sorts of questions.
It got to the point that the midwife guessed that the child she is concerned with is her first child.
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The midwife actually laughed, as Anne recounted it.
"Even now that she’s a toddler, I still ask my pedia questions because I’m a super praning mom. I don’t think that will ever change, like me being a praning mom. I might be a little laidback but I’m a super praning mom," said Anne.
If there's one thing that her pediatrician advised her, it is to stop Googling.
"I trust myself a little bit more but one thing my pedia also told me to do was stop Googling. ‘Wag si Dr. Google. So that’s one thing my pedia told me to stop doing even if it’s late night, he’s like just message me na lang, ‘wag ang Google," said Anne.
Anne Curtis Smith is a Pinay-Aussie actress, model, TV host, VJ and recording artist living in the Philippines. She was born on February 17, 1985 and is currently one of the hosts of the noontime variety show "It's Showtime".
The video of Solenn Heussaff teaching Anne Curtis on how to slice a watermelon has gone viral. She was holding the phone, while Anne was in the video, an Solenn was directing her on what to do. The video showed that indeed Solenn and Anne are really BFFs such that one would go out of his way to teach the other what to do. Anne was seemingly trying to cut the watermelon into smaller triangles.
Dahlia Amélie Heussaff is among the well-loved celebrity babies in the country today - Just recently, her father Erwan Heussaff once again posted an adorable video of her - In the said short clip, the lovely one-year-old baby girl could be seen walking on a treadmill.