- Happy grandmother Pia Magalona posted a photo with her daughter Saab Magalona’s son
- On Instagram, Pia uploaded a photo of her “newest baby” Pancho Gerardo Magalona Bacarro
Happy grandmother Pia Magalona posted a photo with her daughter Saab Magalona’s son.
On Instagram, Pia uploaded a photo of her “newest baby” Pancho Gerardo Magalona Bacarro.
“My newest baby Pancho Bacarro,” she captioned the photo.
Earlier, Saab shared that her son, who was in critical condition, is finally going home.
“Pancho Gerardo: coming home soon,” she wrote on the caption of the photo she uploaded.
On January 11, Saab expressed sadness that she won’t be able to attend her sister Maxine Magalona’s wedding because of her delicate pregnancy.
Today my maid-of-honor gets married and, as her matron-of-honor, I’m so sad that I can’t be with her physically. I recently learned that I’m not allowed to travel anymore until after the twins’ birth ? I really wish I could be there, but with her big and selfless heart, she told me not to worry about it because the safety of my babies is what’s most important. I love you, @maxenemagalona, and I am currently crying buckets from Manila ? (I’m also wearing my matron-of-honor dress in bed like a crazy woman. It’s the hormones.) #MagalonaMananquil
On March 6, her dad Francis Magalona’s ninth death anniversary, she revealed losing one of her babies — her baby girl, Luna Isabel Magalona Bacarro.
“On February 8, we lost our baby girl. Our baby boy is still in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. The doctors initially said he was in critical condition. He has fought through so many complications and had to undergo surgery and is thankfully doing much better today,” she wrote on her blog, Spell Saab.
“So many things happened in the last month. There are so many people we could blame and be angry with, but each time we hold our boy, we think otherwise. He’s been fighting to be part of this world and it’s our responsibility to make it one that is forgiving — one that tries to see the best in other people…. We can only thank God for helping us get through the pain and lifting the anger from our hearts,” she added.