Marjorie Barretto's youngest daughter Erich has attended her first face-to-face classes since the pandemic started two years ago.
The supportive mom took to her Instagram on Tuesday, April 5, to share this memorable moment of dropping her daughter off to school.
"Slowly but surely our children are going back to normal, our new normal… I can’t believe it’s been more than two years since I last dropped her off to school," Marjorie wrote in the caption.
"She is so grown up now compared to the Grade 2 student that she was at that time, her uniform two sizes bigger now!"
The mother of five couldn't be happier for her youngest who is finally able to reunite with her friends.
"She will be reunited with her classmates now, and will finally have kids her own age to chat and play with. She seems happy; that makes our two hours in traffic getting to school worth it,” she added.
Prior to attending her face-to-face classes, Marjorie made sure to have her daughter vaccinated against COVID-19. Erich received her vaccine shot last February.
Erich, who is turning 10 this month, is Marjorie's daughter with former Caloocan City mayor and congressman Enrico “Recom” Echiverri.
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