Regne Velasquez considers herself one lucky mom.
Her unijo hijo Nathaniel James, aka Nate, is growing up to be a fine young boy.
In an Instagram post, Asia's Songbird proudly wrote, "Never ko pa na-experience mag-tantrum anak ko."
On August 29, Regine, Nate, and Daddy Ogie Alcasid spent a day in Disneyland Paris, which is touted as "the most visited theme park in all of Europe."
Also with them were Ogie's ex-wife Michelle van Eimeren and their daughters Leila and Sarah, who, like her dad, also celebrated her birthday in Paris.
After hours of walking and lining up for rides, the six-year-old kid got tired.
But Regine was proud to say her "boo"—which is how she calls Nate—was well-behaved.
She related, "Sobrang napagod siya sa lakad at pila na ginawa namin yesterday. But he didn't complain.
"Never ko pa na-experience mag-tantrum anak ko, kahit pagod, gutom, masama pakiramdam.
"Magsasabi lang siya sa 'kin na pagod na siya.
"Iiyak siya pero yung mahinang iyak lang."
Her simple method: Calm him down.
Regine continued, "Pag kinausap ko siya at sabihin, 'It's ok, we'll be done soon,' sasabihin niya, 'Ok mommy,' 'tapos papakarga lang siya sandali, ok na uli siya."
Another effective method is to have a mom teach her kid how to calm himself.
In the case of Nate, Regine said, "Kahit saan kami, hahanap siya ng paraan aliwin yung sarili niya."
Her son is "very considerate, sensitive, caring, and loving little man...
"Just like his dad."
She ended her "Kwentong Nanay" with, "thank you LORD JESUS for my wonderful gifts."
And how did Nate keep himself preoccupied during their 12-day stay in Paris?
He became the family's official photographer of sorts.
Check out mommy Regine's posts and captions.
"Mom I'll take pictures of all of you [crying emoji] then he said ay sorry carama (camera) dead"
"Mom, I'll take your picture, go there pa, layo pa, mom. Come on, mom, move pa. Montik na ko makarating uli sa loob ng palace. Thank you ninang @michellevaneimeren for taking this picture."
"He said ninang can I take your picture? You look up it's nice..."
Good boy, Nate!