Isabelle Daza's son Balthazar is already learning three languages: French, Tagalog, and English.
The proud mom shares, "He says 'Mama,' 'Dada.'"
"He says 'ball,' he knows 'yes' and 'no.'
"So, if I ask him, 'You want a banana?' 'Yes.' 'You want to touch the horse?' 'No.'
"Tagalog talaga he knows. He says, 'Wala na.'"
With Balthazar starting to interact more, mother and son now read books together.
The celebrity mom often reads Five Little Monkeys Jumping on the Bed to Balthazar.
"He participates na," Isabelle continued.
"When I read him a book, I always read him the same books, so 'no more monkeys jumping on the bed.'
"'Mama called the doctor and the doctor said?'
"Then he says, 'No, no, no. No more monkeys jumping on the bed.'"
Baby Bathazar—or "Baltie" as Isabelle sometimes calls him—is one year old.
PEP.ph (Philippine Entertainment Portal) met with Isabelle after the Pigeon Safety Alert event last May 15 in Makati City.
Isabelle spoke briefly about the kind of dynamic her son Baltie shares with Georgina Wilson's son, Archie.
With Isabelle and Georgina having kids almost the same time, the former is grateful to be sharing this experience with her cousin.
"So fun because now our sons are always together," the Kapamilya talent said.
"Archie's a bit older, so he's like a kuya. He'll teach Baltie some stuff. Naughty things."
Does Balthazar share Archie's love for adobo?
Smiling at the thought, Isabelle said, "Archie’s intense. Archie likes adobo, inasal, everything chicken.
"Pati yung Old Macdonald Farm niya, 'had a chicken! Had a manok!'
"Baltie naman is a bit more pasta and cheese."
Archie went viral early this year when his mom posted his endearing video showing him crying as he desperately craved for adobo.
Archie will turn three years old in December 2019.