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Baby goes viral for his silog-themed monthly milestone photos

Courtesy: Avee Lim

A four-month-old baby has gone viral after his parents dressed him up as different Filipino sinangag (fried rice) and itlog (egg) or ‘silog‘ meals for his monthly milestone photos.

According to baby Zevi Daniel’s parents who hails from Valenzuela City, they decided to go with the silog-dishes as their photoshoot theme as it is their favorite as a couple.

“Silog theme ung monthly photoshoot ni baby kasi sa silog ko siya pinaglihi at the same time favorite namin ng daddy niya ay mga breakfast meals like silog,” said Avee Lim, the baby’s mom.

For his first month, baby Zevi was dressed up as hot-silog a combination of hotdog, sinangag and egg.

“Jumbo hotsilog na galit,” caption Lim.


During his second month, Zevi was dressed up as a fried milk fish or bangus, perfect for Bangusilog. 


Last month, Zevi became a Pinoy sausage called longganisa.

“Zevi: Longganisa po ba talaga to mama?,” wittingly captioned Lim.

And this month, he went viral after being dressed up as a sweetened Filipino meat called Tocino.

“My baby silog! 4 months down 8 to go!,” captioned Lim, who plans to continue with the silog-themed monthly photoshoots of baby Zevi.silog4

In the past, TFT also featured an adorable baby who’s parents dressed up their baby in different labor professions for their monthly milestones.

Read: Baby’s cute monthly milestone photos, sweeps the internet

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