Dawn Zulueta lets kids do simple household chores

Dawn Zulueta lets kids do simple household chores

- Dawn Zulueta shared how she was able to juggle both being a mother and her showbiz career

- She revealed that they (Dawn and her husband) taught their kids to do some simple household chores despite having house helps

- She also shared that she would like her kids to be open with them when it comes to their relationships

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Dawn Zulueta revealed her parenting style during her guesting in Arnold Clavio's program. According to her, she was able to continue her career in showbiz while being a mom to her kids though the help of her PA, secretary and house help.

"I manage it with a lot of help. May PA ako, may secretary at may yaya," she explained.

"I have trusted people who help me. Malaki ang tulong nila. Hindi ko kaya 'yan on my own," she added.

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However, she would want her children to be independent by letting them do simple household chores.

"Lately, we've been teaching them already how to make their own beds and how to clean up. Dapat nagliligpit sila ng mga damit nila. We also teach them na rin how to be responsible about cleanliness in their room. Maski doon lang muna," she narrated.

She also wanted her children to be open when it comes to their relationships.

"Mahirap ipagbawal kasi 'pag lalo mo atang ipagbawal, gagawin naman nila nang patago. I would much rather na open na lang sila sa amin tapos iga-guide naman namin sila," said Dawn.

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