Pia returns from maternity break

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Tuesday, November 13, 2012


TELEVISION host Pia Guanio returned to her job on television on Monday after giving birth to daughter, Scarlet, last August.

In a "24 Oras" report, Pia said she's adjusting again to her work after being away for several months.

"I'm crossing my fingers. Medyo kinalawang yung pananagalog, yung pagbabasa. I'm sure that in no time I'll get into the grove of things."

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Pia shared she really treasured the past few months where her only priorities are her husband, Steve Mago, and their new born child. She said she's also enjoying motherhood.

"(Pag 3 a.m.) wala ng ibang gising kundi kaming dalawa lang. Kami yung nag-uusap, I walk her sometimes," she said.

While taking care of her family, the television host also studied cooking and baking. She's also doing some exercises with her husband. They jog and ride the bike together.

"All the more I have to watch what I eat right now. I'm still eating healthy because I can't naman diet because nag-breast feed pa ako and it's going to affect my milk supply," she said.

Aside from her segment in the primetime newscast of GMA-7, Pia is also back in the hit noontime variety show "Eat Bulaga." (Sunnex)

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