MANILA — Amid "stormy times," Anne Curtis and her husband Erwan Heussaff have found a constant ray of sunshine in their firstborn, Dahlia Amelie.
Curtis waxed sentimental in an Instagram post on Wednesday, marking the third month since Dahlia was born.
Sharing a photo of Dahlia with a floral arrangement shaped as the number 3, Curtis wrote: "'If I could keep you little, I'd keep you close to me. But then I'd miss you growing into who you're meant to be.' Yesterday, the 2nd of June, was her 3rd month of life. I feel like time is moving slowly yet so fast at the same time."
"So much has changed. She's not a little newborn anymore. I miss it already BUT I'm also very much in love with all the new things I see her learn and discover each day. (Like how much she curiously loves looking at her own hands right now)."
Curtis gave birth to Dahlia on March 2 in Melbourne, Australia, and has since stayed there amid the coronavirus pandemic.
"Thank you my Little Dahlia Amelie for being our ray of sunshine during these stormy times. We love you!" she said.
Curtis' hopeful post about Dahlia came amid controversial issues which the actress have tackled or touched on in her social media posts, including the Anti-Terrorism Bill, the "Black Lives Matter" movement, and child abuse in the Philippines, on top of the coronavirus crisis.