Judy Ann Santos didn't have a hard time looking for Christmas gifts to her three children.
She based them on their interests.
At the Eden #GiveGoodness event last November 22, 2018, the Kapamilya star told PEP.ph (Philippine Entertainment Portal), "Si Yohan kasi ma-kikay na, e. More on yung mga boybands na Why Don't We merchandise.
"Lucho naman is into football and chess."
On the other hand, Luna was the easiest to find a gift for.
"Gusto lang niyan yung mga itlog-itlog na binubuksan. All-year round yung Easter sa amin.
"O may itlog ka ngayon, gusto niya iyan, kahit na konting candy lang yung laman niyan."
But Juday clarified that Luna knows she can't eat too many candies and sweets.
"Alam niya na when it's night time, 'You cannot have candy. When you have candy in the morning, you cannot have candy again. You have to wait the next day.'
"May mga ganun naman akong renda sa kanya."
How about her husband Ryan Agoncillo?
Judy Ann answered, "Alam mo, ganyan kaming mag-asawa, hindi kami nagsasalita, nagpapakiramdaman lang kami.
"'Tapos the whole year, pareho naming pinakikinggan yung isa't isa kapag nagkukuwentuhan kami.
"Kung ano yung gustong marating o mapuntahan, ano gusto ma-experience."
An example of this was when they went to Italy, where they celebrated their ninth anniversary in April 2018.
Part of their celebration apart from dining at the famous Gucci Garden was truffle-hunting, cooking for the Vatican nuns, and attending a short course in Italian cuisine at The Food and Wine Academy of Florence.
She also pointed out that material things and gifts have never been important to their nine-year relationship.
"Basically now, more than the material stuff, it's really the memories yung binubuo namin for both of us.
"Kasi yung materyal na bagay, hindi mo naman madadala iyan...
"Makakatandaan mo na siya, hindi na babagay sa 'yo.
"Yung memories will go a long way until you have a grandchildren already or lola ka na.
"Yun yung maibabahagi mong kuwento sa kanila.
"I think that's what really matters—how you instill the values to your children."