Judy Ann Santos admits not being keen on going back to showbiz so she can become a full-time mom.
After giving birth to her and husband Ryan Agoncillo'rsquo;s son last October 7, Judy Ann Santos has mostly been keeping a low profile. Baby Lucho was christened last November 15 after which Judai has been rarely seen in public. But in the January issue of The Buzz Magazine, Judai'rsquo;s Mommy Carol and elder sister Jackie granted an interview with to share the actress'rsquo;s experiences as mother to Baby Lucho.
Jackie revealed that Judai went through a delicate delivery. "Sabi ng doktora, every time na mag-iire si Judai, naglo-lower ang heartbeat ng bagets, nasasakal siyempre." The doctor had opted for a caesarian delivery, but luckily a few minutes later, Judai'rsquo;s water bag broke and Lucho easily came out. Ryan went inside the delivery room to cut the umbilical cord.
Mommy Carol talked about how Judai has become a very dedicated mother to Baby Lucho. "Maski wala siyang tulog makikita mo talaga, naaawa nga ako. Kahit wala siyang tulog, tatakbo siya. Pero natutuwa ako kasi gusto ni Lucho minu-minuto kasama niya ang nanay niya." According to Mommy Carol, Baby Lucho would often cry every 30 minutes, hence Judai would rush to breastfeed.
Mommy Carol said that after getting married, Judai had already prepared herself for motherhood, that'rsquo;s why the actress has chosen to slow down with showbiz work. Judai is also prepared if God will bless her with another child soon. But fans of the Young Superstar need not fret because this 2011, Judai will again grace TV as host of the new reality show Junior Master Chef.
Read more about Judai'rsquo;s life as wife and mother in the January issue of The Buzz Magazine now available nationwide.