With her one-year-old son, Baz, getting to be truly a handful, Divine Lee has become wary of the dangers her son may stumble in around the house.
A big concern of Divine and her husband Blake Go is Baz touching the electrical sockets.
In her Facebook post on July 11, Divine shares, "For the past few days, NAPAKA (emphasis on napaka) kulit ni Baz with trying to touch the electircal sockets."
She assures the electrical sockets are sealed shut, but Baz is a persistent toddler.
According to Divine, her husband Blake tried the angry daddy approach, but was ignored.
The couple then tried to put some cover on the sockets, but Baz would just take them out.
Eventually, Divine came up with a trick that worked: the "No, No song."
She quips, "Pang ASAP yung anak ko!" referring to the weekly musical variety show on ABS-CBN.
She continues, "Bigla kami mag-song and dance number of the 'No, No song' or any tune then palitan ko Lang lyrics to 'No No' then he ends up doing the no gesture and he doesn't touch it na."
Divine then refers to herself as Teacher Georcelle, the lead dancer-choreographer of G-Force.
The celebrity mom now wonders, "Hanggang gaano kaya ka tagal mauuto ng song and dance toh?"
Read her full Facebook post below: