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  • How To Keep The Romance Alive After Having A Baby, According To Nico Bolzico

    It's the little things that count.
    by Rachel Perez .
  • One of the biggest challenges in a couple's relationship is welcoming a new baby. It's a significant milestone but a lot of work. Still, mom and dad shouldn't forget that they are a couple first before they are parents. And Nico Bolzico shared how he and wife Solenn Heussaff do it. 

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    On Thursday, October 22, 2020, the new dad shared a throwback couple photo taken when they were still in their "honeymoon stage" in 2013. 

    "The key for every couple is to maintain that feeling we had when we started dating, and that is [especially] challenging after having our daughter," Nico revealed.

    According to the founder of #TheBulliedHusbandsClub, the only way he and Solenn to still be in love (noun) with one another is to love (verb) each other. 

    Love the noun vs. Love the verb

    Nico and Solenn tied the knot in 2016. They welcomed their first child, Baby Thylane, on New Year's Day this year. To love (verb) Solenn, Nico says that it's the little things that count.

    It involves making her a cappuccino every morning, organizing dates at home even if they already spend the whole day together, or sharing a glass of wine when their daughter Tili is asleep.

    It's also putting their mobile phones aside to have a real conversation with your partner. Ask her how's her day is going and really listen to the answer. It's also encouraging her in the good days and to be there during the bad ones. 

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    "We all love our partner in different ways, but it is the summatory of the small things we do every day that makes the big differences in a relationship," Nico stressed.

    As a side note, Nico quipped that it is still vital for husbands "to listen and do everything your wife tells you."

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    There are many ways husbands and wives express love. Often, how we show love is how we can receive it. But in some cases, your partner's love language may be different from yours. (Find out your partner's love language here.)

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