“BIIIIIIMB!” has been used so much in Filipino colloquial language, in daily conversations online, and surprisingly even offline. I’m sure you’ve said it, loud and proud in your best Kris Aquino impression or have at least heard it said - don’t deny it!
Oh my god, I remember so many people (Bimb, 2017).
If anything, it tells us just how much the mother & son relationship of Kris & Bimby Aquino has, in one way or another, influenced our lives. And if you’ve seen enough Kris Online videos, you would know just how entertaining it is to watch them. If you haven’t, seriously search The Aquinos on YouTube and subscribe. As in now na. It’s because of their candid sweetness with Bimb countlessly saying “I love you Mama” complete with kisses, and their no filter talks that often involves Bimb being a little too honest about their lives. Nakakaloka.
The 110% honesty and shameless show of affection is actually appreciated by many and a lot of people have applauded Kris for raising Kuya Josh & Bimb to be such respectful & well behaved boys as a proud & tenacious single mother. (See: Unscripted with Bimb)
Her love is fierce and we all know that she would do anything to protect her two sons. By now we should all know never to mess with this #WarriorQueen #SuperMom.
Here are 5 times that make you wish Kris Aquino was your mom:
1. That time we saw Kris exercise at the gym with Kuya Josh & Bimb
2. When Kris confirmed that she would give the whole world to her sons if she could
3. The one time we saw Kris camping because she will always put her children’s happiness first
4. And even with a million things on her plate, Kuya Josh & Bimb’s well-being is everything
Last but not the least...
5. Being the Queen of All Media won’t ever stop her from making sure that a family that eats & prays together, stays together
These are just a few times out of so many other moments that remind us just what a #SuperMom Kris is. Allow me to end with a quote from @heycaloy on Twitter, “And this is probably my best takeaway from this: You can judge Kris all you want, but you can never judge her as a mother. 💪🏼”
Written by: Meggie Mañago (KCAP)