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Angelica Panganiban on Baby Bean: ‘5 months na kaming half asleep’ 

by Izel Abanilla

ACTRESS Angelica Panganiban is having the best time of her life being a mother to her precious Amila Sabine, who just turned five months. 

On Instagram, the actress uploaded photos of their family’s little celebration of Baby Bean’s fifth month. 

Panganiban was all smiles in the photo, but she also referred to a challenge that all new parents face: sleep deprivation.

She said, “5 months na kaming half asleep as parents pero bakit ang bilis ng panahon.” 

Fans and friends from showbiz, such as Loisa Andalio, Liz Uy, Darla Sauler, and Andoy Ranay,  sent well wishes to the actress and her family. They could not get over the cuteness of Baby Bean and gushed over her. 

Panganiban’s partner, Gregg Homan, also served as inspiration to fellow dads by showing that he is very much hands on when it comes to taking care of his baby girl. 

Baby Bean’s milestones

On Instagram, Panganiban often chronicles her journey as a first time mother as well as Bean’s milestones. 

Earlier this month, the couple had Bean baptized. The actress’ closest friends in the industry served as godparents. 

Baby Bean was born in September 2022. 

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The couple confirmed their relationship in January 2021 and got engaged during Angelica’s fourth month of pregnancy. 

But they only announced the engagement, via a Youtube vlog, after Bean’s birth. 

Panganiban, who had a string of failed relationships in the past, considers Gregg as the answer to all her whys. 

Unlike her previous romances, she kept her relationship with Homan private until they had their family and began openly sharing their life to the public. 

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