More than a pretty face: Mayor Timmy Chipeco’s wife spreads breastfeeding awareness
Start them young.
Calamba, Laguna Mayor Justin Chipeco is really one lucky man. Being married to a beautiful woman, who has the same heart who wants to serve the public as much as he is. Lav, who just marked their first wedding anniversary recently, shared some photos of her one of a kind experience.
She wrote on her Facebook account: “In celebration of the Breastfeeding Month, I was asked by these kids why Mayor Timmy made a program about Breastfeeding Seminars. I answered, ‘Syempre hindi lahat ng nanay ay may kaalaman dito sa pagbbreastfeeding at kung ano ang kahalagahan nito sa sanggol. Dahil ang mommy ko hindi naman dumaan sa breastfeeding dahil walang nagturo sakanya. Ako nga kailangan ko pa magbayad para may magturo sa akin. Tignan niyo yung anak ko ngayon ang lusog lusog dahil sa breastmilk!'”
However, the Politiko’s wifey started to doubt herself a bit, when asked about her age. “Then the next question was, ‘Ilang taon na po kayo, Mayora?’. I answered, ’26’. They replied, ‘Ay ang bata niyo pa po pala hehe’. Sa totoo lang di ko alam kung may nasabi ba akong tama, dahil baka tularan nila na sa edad na 26 palang ay may anak na tapos buntis pa? 😂🤣#ilavcalamba”
Their family’s supporters have expressed their reassurance for Lav that she’s doing a great job, and there is nothing wrong with sharing her family experiences, especially that 26 is an ideal age for marrying and starting a family.
Kudos to Calamba’s LavTim!
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