PLDT Home's new Mother's Day video

PLDT Home’s new Mother’s Day video featuring Jerald Napoles and Kim Molina

Coping up with co-parenting? We got you!

PLDT Home’s new Mother’s Day video reminds you that you’re not alone

PLDT Home's new Mother's Day video
PLDT Home’s new Mother’s Day video

Watch PLDT Home’s video on

Raising a child is no easy feat. What more can be challenging for couples when their relationship issues get in the way of parenting?

Whether in a solo or co-parenting situation, moms would naturally take the huge responsibility in ensuring their child’s welfare. They are innately independent, strong and reliable. But when it comes to raising a child, the strongest moms know that they need a reliable support system to make things work.

PLDT Home delves into the reality of co-parenting in a new video released in celebration of Mother’s Day.

Featuring popular Filipino actors and real-life couple Jerald Napoles and Kim Molina, the heartwarming video narrates the story of two separated parents navigating the challenges of caring for a new baby. Molina’s character, Michelle, juggles motherhood with her high-powered professional responsibilities at work, while the father, Jigo, played by Napoles, does his best to assist despite their strained relationship.

Throughout the video, Jigo demonstrates a genuine willingness to learn and adapt, potentially opening the possibility for a healthy co-parenting arrangement of their family. The story emphasizes the importance of helping and supporting mothers, especially for co-parents, as they can always benefit from someone they can rely on.

Through this special Mother’s Day story, which honors hardworking mothers and mother figures, PLDT Home reaffirms its longstanding commitment to promoting safe spaces and fostering stronger connections within the family at home.

Be inspired by this Mother’s Day story and share your own special experiences with Mom. Watch PLDT Home’s video on

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Written by Melo Villareal

Melo Villareal is the Online Publisher of He is an Accountant by profession who left the corporate world at the age of 23 to explore his beautiful country and the rest of the world. Today, Melo works as a part-time Social Media Manager for local and international clients. His full-time work focuses on discovering interesting culture, explore different cuisines and take memorable photos from local and international destinations he's visiting.

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