Baby Tali 'mesmerized' by dad Vic Sotto's song

IMAGE @pauleenlunasotto on Instagram

Vic Sotto and Pauleen Luna's baby girl will be nine months old this coming August 6.


Fresh from his London trip with wife Pauleen Luna, Vic Sotto found the time to play his ukelele, and sing for Baby Talitha Maria.

Guess what was the song he picked?

The Japanese folk song "Shojoji," which is like a Mother Goose nursery rhyme song featuring a raccoon drumming and dancing at the Shojoji Temple.

Check out his version, which seemed to mesmerized Tali.

But Pauleen thought her daughter had a slightly bemused expression.

In the post's caption, she wrote, "Tali enjoying Da-Dee’s version of Sho-Jo-Ji. Feel na feel! Relaxed na relaxed.

"Tali be like 'ANO DAW?'"

Playing ukelele is a favorite pastime of the couple.

Their latest session was posted in December 2017. It was Pauleen's rendition of Echosmith's "Bright."

We can't wait to see Tali, who turned eight months old last July 6, jam with her parents.


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