Bossing Vic Sotto is one of the three founders of the longest noon time show in the Philippines Eat Bulaga! He is an actor, television presenter, comedian, singer-songwriter and film producer known for his extensive television and film projects.
Vic is now married to Pauleen Luna. They have a baby named Maria Talitha who just turned two months old on January. Baby Talitha is Pauleen’s first child and Vic’s fifth children overall.
Bossing’s other children are Danica and Oyo Boy with Dina Bonnevie; Vico with Connie Reyes; and Paulina with model Angela Luz.
Even though Vic had failed relationships from the past, he maintained good relationship with his kids and his exes.
Vic recently shared his thoughts about how to keep the family intact. Vic believed that it is the parents who play the crucial part in maintaining a close family relationship. He revealed he never had a problem co-parenting with his kids’ moms.
“I think it’s a lifelong process. So ang susi pa rin is yung sa magulang how to keep the family intact.”
According to the source, when Vic was asked if he is a strict or the type who spoils:
“I’m a little bit of both. Kung kailangan maging disciplinarian, nagdidisiplina ako. Kung kelangan mag-spoil, nagsu-spoil din ako.”
Vic also mentioned that he avoids meddling with his kids’ private matters except when they ask for his help now that he’s a grandfather.
“I’m the type of parent na hindi ako nangingialam sa mga desisyon na pwede nilang pagdesisyunan. Sina Danica, Oyo, I only speak ‘pag kinailangan nila ng advice at pag kailangang i-discipline.”
He also revealed that it has been two decades since he became a father to a newborn and he is very excited of the idea of becoming a dad once again.
“New talaga dahil yung last baby ko, yung ex-bunso ko [Paulina], is now 26 years old and may asawa na. Isa na lang sa mga anak ko ang walang asawa si Vico.”
Vic also said having a good relationship with his exes when it comes to co-parenting their kids.
“Like si Oyo no’n medyo malikot na bata, sa akin pinatira ni Dina para madisiplina. At siguro maganda naman ang nagawa ko for him kasi ganda ng attitude niya ngayon at buhay niya ngayon.”
When asked if he had ever spanked his children while growing up, Vic answered:
“Nung araw namamalo ako, pero bihira. Ang hirap, e. Kasi sabi rin nila dapat pag nagdisiplina [namamalo] sabi nila na Bible raw.”
“Sa mga anak ko, si Danica minsan ko lang napalo. Ako ang unang umiyak. Si Oyo, konti lang din, pero di ko na inulit. Si Paulina, never. “Si Vico minsan kasi utos ng nanay nasa Bible daw yun. Minsan ko lang ginawa, pero hindi ko nagustuhan ang feeling.”
Vic prefers sitting with the child to talk rather than implementing punishment.
“Mas okay sa akin yung mag-usap na lang kayo o magpataw ka ng punishment, not necessarily physical. I tried [spanking] I didn’t like it,”
According to Vic raising kids who are kind and respectful depends on the closeness of the child’s relationship with his parents.
“Key word is bonding, bonding kahit na ano ginagawa ninyo. It doesn’t have to be expensive, pwede namang naglalaro lang kayo ng 123 Pass [card game] and as far as relationships are concerned, yung pamilya I think ang susi pa rin [nasa] sa father and the nanay. Yung mag-asawa pa rin. Sila ang maga-guide ng family.”
He continues that while some families are not typical to the norm, like for instance where the parents are separated, it should not stop them from being good parents.
“Kung may mga diperensya, hindi nawawala yon, e. And for me, what’s important is accept what he or she is. Adjust.”
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SOURCE: Smart Parenting