How Drew and Iya give the best to Primo

posted July 11, 2018 at 06:20 pm
by  Mae Gianina C. Pascual
It is true that when you become a mother, you are no longer the center of your universe because you are somehow relinquishing that position to your child. Motherhood, though one of the greatest experiences, can also be too overwhelming.

HAPPY FAMILY. Drew and Iya Villania-Arellano share the joys of being hands-on parents to their first child, Antonio Primo.
Fathers, too, are not spared from the roller coaster ride of having a baby as they have an important role in supporting their wives and giving them a boost as they struggle in the post-pregnancy phase.

‘It’s all about Primo’

During a talk with television host Drew Arellano, a loving father to Primo and husband to Iya Villania shared how they managed to take care of their son despite having no nanny for a certain period of time.

He admitted that although it was challenging, parenthood has made him a more selfless person. “It’s not about us anymore, it’s already about him (Primo),” said Drew.

Iya, on the other hand, related the struggles and joy of being a hands-on mom. For her, it is very important that the mother is able to bond with her baby no matter how busy life gets.

Now that the couple is expecting another baby boy, they are in high spirits looking forward to raising another tot.

Drew and Iya understand that reliable and tested methods are a big help in going through the many loops of the parental journey. New parents, they said, also need time-tested products to ensure that their little ones are given the best and safest care for their gentle skin and body especially at the very early stage of their development.

Iya enjoys bonding with Primo during bath time. 
Baby bath time

One of the notable bonding experiences shared between a mother and a child is bath time. It can be a fazing chore for first-time moms, but with knowledge and right bathing essentials, bath time can be an opportunity not only for the baby’s learning but also for that precious parent-child bonding.

Babyflo, a leading product line for baby care, understands the language of love that innately exists between moms and babies. That is why it provides baby care products that enable moms and babies to share love responses.

With Babyflo Soap-Free Bath, moms can give their children that mild and gentle touch suitable for sensitive skin. Free from a strong alkaline ingredient, it helps to cleanse and soften a baby’s delicate skin without stripping it of its natural moisture. It is a mild and gentle cleanser for all skin types, especially for sensitive skin. It is fragrance- and paraben-free, too. Studies show that soap-free cleansers are widely recommended by doctors for infant bathing.

Skin irritation can be quite a terrifying problem for moms. With numerous chemicals infused in many bath products available in the market, identifying the right bath wash for children can be a lot trickier than expected. With Babyflo Oatmeal Bath, moms can have a worry-free bath time with her little bundle of joy. Enriched with colloidal oats, the Babyflo Oatmeal Bath helps soothe dry skin and creates a protective barrier that protects baby’s skin against allergens while locking in moisture at the same time.

Leading baby care brand Babyflo offers a range of bath essentials that are gentle and safe for kids. 
Babyflo believes that a mother’s touch is more than just a physical connection; it is a strong communicator of emotions, a signal that bonds a parent to a child. To a newborn, a parent’s touch and love go beyond physical and psychological development. It yields a connection that penetrates deeply and hones a child’s emotional core.

Topics: motherhood , Drew Arellano , Primo , Iya Villania , Babyflo Soap-Free Bath , Babyflo Oatmeal Bath
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