- Eric Tai revealed that he believes keeping his wife happy always contributes to having a great family and raising a good child
- According to him, he fills in his wife's spot whenever she needs more sleep and had to attend to important matters
- The former "It's Showtime" host devotes time to play with their 7-month-old baby Legend
Eric Tai revealed his priorities as a family man. According to him, he always makes sure that his wife Rona Tai is happy because he believes that would contribute to having a great family and raising a good child.
"Whenever mom needs more sleep in the wee hours of the morning, or she needs to go to work, I step in and fill in her spot. My goal is to make sure she is happy! Happy wife, happy life. This contributes to our goal of having a great family and raising a good child."
In an interview with Smart Parenting, the former It's Showtime performer revealed that he is enjoying his life being a dad.
"It's been great, and we are really enjoying it! You know, kids cannot survive with their mommies, so I just make it a point to support my wife as much as I can," he said.
Eric and Rona Tai happily announced the arrival of their first child last March 4, 2019. The couple opted to go through the process of in-vitro fertilization (IVF) after seven years of waiting to have a child.
Eric Tai is a Tongan actor, model, TV host, comedian and rugby union player who played for the Alabang Eagles and represented the Philippines national rugby union team in 15s and 7s. He was also one of the hosts of It's Showtime, where he goes by the screen name, Eruption.
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