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WATCH: Saab Magalona shares 4-year-old son Pancho’s crawling progress

Saab Magalona couldn’t be any prouder of her son Pancho’s progress.

WATCH: Saab Magalona shares 4-year-old son Pancho’s crawling progress-Drew Acierto
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Drew Acierto

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11/06/2022 04:56 PM
WATCH: Saab Magalona shares 4-year-old son Pancho’s crawling progress
Photo credit: @saabmagalona Instagram

Celebrity couple and social media influencers Saab Magalona and Jim Bacarro happily shared that their son Pancho has made another exciting progress.

The couple compiled different video clips of their four-year-old son practicing his crawls.

Pancho has cerebral palsy which affects his ability to move and maintain balance.

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“Things don’t always happen overnight. You will probably falter and you might get frustrated, but you can always choose to keep going 🙏Thank you, Pancho, for being such an inspiration,” she wrote.

Pancho can be seen crawling and trying his best to improve himself in each clip. The video also showed his younger brother, Vito, giving him support by cheering on him as he practiced his exercises.

Netizens found the post of the couple to be inspirational and also felt proud of the progress Pancho has been making recently.

In one of her YouTube vlogs, Saab shared how her son managed to crawl on his own to get the remote control for their television at home.

READ: Saab Magalona, Jim Bacarro on unpleasant remarks about their son’s condition: ‘We thought we were prepared for this’

They have previously shared their struggles in dealing with unpleasant remarks from people they don’t know.

Saab and Jim have always been vocal about their child’s condition. They are also proud parents to their “miracle baby.”

Saab and Jim have been married since 2015. Aside from Pancho and Vito, the couple also had a daughter, Pancho’s twin named Luna, who passed away back in 2018.