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Wednesday, October 26, 2022

Insta Scoop: Sharon Cuneta Reveals Miguel Gets His First Phone at 13

Image courtesy of Instagram: reallysharoncuneta

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  1. hindi siguro spoiled ang junakis niyang lalake.

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    1. Lahat naman sila magkakapatid daw simple phones

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    2. 12:53 Simple? I dont think so, especially kung may magulang ka like Sharon. Maiimpluwensyahan k s gawain nang magulang mo, especially kung kasama mo sila s paglaki.

      PS. Laki ako s grandparents

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  2. Happy birthday baby boy
    What a simple family u have!

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  3. im sort of surprised kasi normally 8 years old pa lang may mga phone na ang mga bata and mga smart phone pa. im kinda bewildered na hindi smart phone na flagship ang phone niya.. hmmm

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    1. Yung anak ni judy ann santos need mag ipon at work para magka phone, nag bake ng cookies at binenta, kanya kanya parenting style

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    2. No, my son is 11 and he never really wanted nor needed one. Kailangan lang for emergency purposes since mas maaga na sya din.drop off sa school. Walang hilig ang bata sa luho unless ituro or matutunan sa magulang

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    3. 11:49 Nasa parents na 'yan.

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    4. kapitbahay namin 3yrs old pa lang may sariling tablet na. hays

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    5. That's interesting. Wala akong junak pero parang everywhere ang recommendation sa mga bata is to limit screen time.

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    6. I gave my old iphone 7 to my 12 year old daughter this year lang . Nasa Middle school na rin kase sya and she has after school activities. I wouldn’t give my 8 yr old a phone.

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    7. Nowadays most kids start using phone/tablet at the age of one. Sometimes even months old. I think that's one of the reasons why they are so difficult to teach school lessons at home.

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    8. Naalala ko si KC noon parang 14 or 16 na nang nagkaron ng phone at naka prepaid pa.

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    9. 1:18 That’s nice but teaching kids to living a simple life is not just about the gadgets. There should be consistency in other areas of their lives like clothes, shoes, places they go to/travel, cars that take them to school everyday. Naka basic phone nga but whats the use kung naka business class and have experienced staying in a high end hotel in Europe ang bata. LV pa ang backpack. 🤣🤣🤣

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    10. 11:25 di naman siguro aalis si miguel ng mag isa so it's probably with family ang mga lakad nila. Iba iba naman tayo, some splurge on gadgets ,yung iba experience. Just because they gave him a simple phone doesn't automatically equates na dapat pati vacation nila or experience would e limited just to make a point.

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    11. @1125: May napakinggan akong podcast na sina Miel at Frankie ang guests and they talked about how their dad (and by extension pati si mudra mega siguro) insisted on them being simple, including learning Filipino/Tagalog and being immersed sa farm nila so aware sila sa mga ganap ng regular na tao. So hindi rin siguro nakakagulat na ganito. If the kid wanted a smartphone baka dapat na siya mag-ipon at bumili, like someone else in the comment thread said about Juday's kids.

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  4. The new nokia 3310 version
    Ok yan call and text no issue
    Pero baka naman may ipad si boy
    Kasi ganyan din ate ako ayaw bigyan ng phone yung teen daughter nya pero may ipad hahaha so nakaka access parin pero wala call and text natatawa na lang e hahaha

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    1. Korek!may ipad yan for sure

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    2. At saka may pc din siguro kasi kailangan din naman talaga sa pag aaral

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    3. 6310 (2022 model) baks

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    4. Nokia 8210 4G yan mga accla. I know kasi I'm planning to buy one for myself for throwback feels lang. Haha.

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  5. really? hmmm okay

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  6. Sharon magpakatotoo ka, mas convenient ang smartphones. Geese!

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    1. For you maybe. But for us no.

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    2. Ok na rin yan pag nabasa nya mga bashing sa pamilya nya baka kung ano mangyari kay boy bata pa sya

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    3. Marunong ka pa sa magulang.

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    4. Lol the son is 13. He pretty much depends on his parents for everything at that age, I'm sure a little inconvenience won't be detrimental to him lololol. I don't think he would benefit from convenience being that he lives a very priviledged life already. And in fairness kay Sharon, both KC and Kakie seem to have grown up to be self sufficient individuals. Looks like she's doing something right. Dapat nga mapaisip tayo kung bakit yung mga mayayaman ginagawa nila ito when they can afford to just give their kids everything. Since tayong lower middle at upper middle class are basically groomed to be consumers, we simply tend to assume that convenience is the peak ng maayos na buhay, kasi kinundisyon tayo na bumili ng bumili. Ang phone laos na after 1 year, but prudence never gets old.

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    5. 12:30 dont tell me n nakalaptop or PC or ipad ka lagi? Lalo n while visiting FP?

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    6. Bet ko parin may extra simple phone. Makakapagtxt and call ka ng maayos ng hindi nakatingin sa screen. For emergency, bets ganyang phone. Matibay pa.

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  7. My own kid would throw that type of phone. LOL

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    1. @12:29 It just shows your bad parenting you seem to be proud of:s

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    2. Well, looks like you need to discipline your kid lol

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    3. 12:29 May ambag ka ba sa lipunan sa ganyang mindset mo?

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    4. Di ko alam kung saan galing ang kultura natin na ganito but it doesn't seem to add anything positive. Nagpapalaki lang tayo ng mga taong highly consumerist.

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    5. 12:29 sorry but i would not LOL to that if my kids do that.

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    6. Totoo naman. Kids these days love to play and watch on YouTube. Makakapag youtube at games ka ba dyan?

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  8. tapos yung doggie ni ate shawie naka LV na collar

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    1. Alangan naman na ibili ng cellfone yung aso

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    2. Well, the dog won't eventually have to adapt to society nor get a career. Kudos to Sharon for trying to raise good people since money and priviledge can easily turn someone into an a-hole.

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    3. Hahahaha kaloka ka 1:36

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    4. Walang connect pinagsasabi mo

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    5. 1:36 naluwa ko kape ko nang dahil sayo!

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  9. That’s the way they discipline their kids. None of our business.

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  10. Hindi talaga maluho mga anak ni Sharon. Yung panganay lang. Yung panganay only bought expensive things when she started earning her own money anyway.

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    1. Gulat nga ako sa kwarto ni Frankie parang normal young adult room lang. Di luxurious. At yung lapis lang ang linagay sa gitara para gawing bridge(?) ng guitar.

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  11. Hay naku, makalaro nga ng snake sa Nokia ko haha!

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  12. Sows, pa-masa epek lang. I’m sure may Mac at iPad din yan. Hehe

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    1. Ano naman kung meron?

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    2. True! Di ka naman makakapag online class jan eh.

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    3. So? Parte na rin sa buhay ng students ngayon yun. At least, bawas screen time pa rin. Kudos kila Shawie at Kiko!

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    4. Anong bawas screen time 9:47. Means of contact lang yan pero gagamit pa din ng iPad majority of the time.

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    5. 2:10 basahin mo yung follow-up statement te baka ma-gets mo.

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  13. Wala nga cellphone pero may ipad, PS and gaming computer. San ka pa...wag kami

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    1. Ha ha ha TRUE
      Cellphone lang siguro ang mumurahin pero sa GAMING MABIGAT ANG MAHAL.KAYA NG 🎮 GAMES

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    2. Di ka naman pwede makatawag sa ipad at iphone, ateng kalowka

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    3. Nakakaloka. True.

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    4. G na g a! Hahaha!

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    5. Basic cellphone pero naka Mac Air at iPad yan for sure.

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    6. Hermes ang backpack jk

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  14. Sharon’s son goes to a Waldorf-Steiner school. They don’t introduce modern technology at an early age.

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  15. Ok yan Pero for sure Naka iPad yan, laptop or Hiram Hiram ng phone or mga pinag lumaan. Hello online school sila for almost 3 years. Impsoble jinde siya nag gadget lol lol

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  16. Cute, i would love to have one for myself din for nostalgia. Tagal na namin naghahanap ng clam shell na phone, pero hirap makahanap ng old phones na mura and legit.

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  17. Sa Pinas lang naman big deal kung what kind of phone gamit mo. Its not affordable kase for a third world country so pag naka bili na ng iphone, since its considered “mahal”, sa standard of living sa Pinas, nagiging status symbol na sha.

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    1. 4:11 AM - No, multiple surveys have established in the US that owning an iPhone is an indicator of affluence.

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  18. A bit surprising since at 13, having a smartphone makes sense for the kid. Not for luho reasons but he can get into coding, app creation, content creation, photography and game design and game development at this age which a powerful smartphone makes possible. So for me, sayang ang opportunity to tap into his potential since Sharon has the means naman. Or maybe the kid isn't technologically inclined and he's Sharon's kid so her rules. Who knows.

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    1. Hmm, is there any research that support this? Cause it seems like kids are more likely to be content "consumers" than creators. They are more likely to choke on cinnamon or eat a tide pod than code with a smartphone. Also, Sharon's kid is probably studying at a premier school where they have powerful computers and competent educators who'll recognize and invest on their potential. Sharon is also in the entertainment industry with connections to talented and professional content creators vs. influencers. Coding, photography, content creation, digital design etc. are also skills that stem from or get developed through understanding of logic, mathematics, literature, traditional art forms. They don't tend to be standalone skills. I dunno, I guess posible nga na kids could take interest in coding, etc. when they have a smartphone but it seems far fetched at the same time.

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  19. Ok yan. My son is 13 and wala pa sya phone. We’re waiting until he’s 14 so he’s mature and responsible enough to have one.

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  20. Iphone ba yang nasa pic? Bakit mukhang keypad lang lol

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  21. Baka parang yung mga tindera ng load, may dalawang phone. Yung isa smartphone, yung isa pang-load.

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    1. Hahaha...icocomment ko sana baka nagtitinda ng load sa school

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  22. The other gadgets like ipad, ps, gaming computer, etc, Hindi nadadala palabas ( for those who are strict). Meaning these gadgets can be monitored by the parents at home, if the parents want to. Yung phone, kailangan pang emergency, or pwede dalhin sa school at labas Ng house. Hindi ma-monitor Ng parents pag outside the house.
    Anyway, to each their own. Their kids , their decisions, their rules.

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  23. Good job Shawie. My daighter has no phone until 2018 pagpasok niya ng senior high sa Makati lang for purposes of tracking her wherebabouts. She graduated valeditorian and best in all subjects in elem and highsch. Ako nag mamaintain ng messnger niya during those times. Buti naman kasi phones are distractions lang sa pag-aaral

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  24. Weh maniwala ang lelang mo. Oa ha

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  25. Tapos baon 1k a day

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    1. 6 K kaya! Kala mo kay Mega poor?

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  26. Huhu kakamiss ang Nokia days.

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    1. Merong updated 2017 Nokia 3310, to inch din sya, bumili ako kasi cute sya pang text lang

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  27. We embrace technology at home! It’s the wave of the future. It’s amazing to see the creative outputs of our children, from photography to music creation. We’re proud to have raised responsible netizens, too. Schools teach proper use of gadgets and online etiquette these days. Parents can very much regulate gadget use like many of us do, even monitor the sites our kids visit or even impose no socmeds until a certain age. Tita Shawie may have their own unique way of raising their children but it doesn’t mean it’s the only way. But to be honest they are missing a lot!

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    1. Hmm, I dunno. Cause if we look at the context, na super yaman ni Sharon, I don't think the kid would miss anything. Malamang they have expensive/famous art hanging about at their house, have access to actual musical instruments and private music teachers. They can afford professional cameras. They are capable of establishing connections to the art and music world. It's not so hard to translate real world photography and musical skills sa smartphone as well, since nagiging more and more accessible/user friendly na din siya. And given na anthro/literature major si Kakie malamang exposed sila sa tamang paggamit ng online academic journals at proper research, which contributes sa kung paano nila i-conduct ang sarili nila as netizens.

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  28. Necessity rin yan aa kid esp. if dpa marunong bumasa pwde syang magvoicetape para makahingi ng tulong if ever na may nangyayari d maganda sa loob ng bahay nila...

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