Viy Cortez, Cong TV celebrate baby Kidlat’s 3rd month with another Michael Jackson-themed shoot

For parents, each succeeding month from birth of their baby marks another significant turning point.

And parents, like Youtube vlogger Viy Cortez and her husband Cong TV, tend to make much ado to celebrate their baby’s monthsary.

The couple marks the third monthsary of their son Zeus Emmanuel Cortez Velasquez, or simply Kidlat, with yet again Michael Jacksoo-themed party.

Read also: Viy Cortez, Cong TV introduce first child “Kidlat”

On October 5, 2022, Viy posted on Instagram an update about the family’s most recent milestone.

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The mompreneur is shown in the post dressing up Baby Kidlat to the delight of her followers.

Her caption, “Happy Third month anak ko @zeusemmanuelvelasquez iloveyou so much[emoji]”

Celebrating baby Kidlat as he turns three months old, the theme revolves around the Michael Jackson’s song “Heal the World.”

The set of the monthsary shoot, as expected, is filled with eye-catching props.

This time, a bright-eyed Kidlat in a white tuxedo, reminiscent of the King of Pop himself, is seen behind a huge globe with children standees.

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Read also: Cong TV to give Baby Kidlat his first pamana worth PHP288,000

Two months ago, the unico hijo had a grand first month celebration, all glammed up in a full “Smooth Criminal” outfit, complete with Michael Jackson’s iconic white fedora hat.

The following month, baby Kidlat went hip and retro as he channeled his own version of the popular song “Beat It,” in a red jacket in front of the iconic pool scene.

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Any ideas on what his fourth photo shoot could be?

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