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  • Nico Bolzico To Dads: Let Us Remind Our Wives To Enjoy Life Outside Motherhood

    Dads should always offer to help in taking care of your child, even if your wife doesn't ask.
    by Rachel Perez .
  • Multitasking is a given when you become a mom. You are taking care of and nourishing your baby while recovering from birth. From then on, a mom barely has a day to get all her tasks done. Nico Bolzico says it shouldn't be that way. 

    In a social post, the new dad gave a shoutout to moms' ability to multitask. Nico accompanied his appreciation post with a photo of his wife Solenn Heussaff bottle-feeding their daughter Thylane while drawing on a lounge chair on the veranda. 

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    "Never underestimate how many tasks a mother can do at the same time! That doesn't mean they should," Nico wrote. The second photo in his post shows his wife's beautiful drawing that she was working on.  

    In six months of being a parent, the new dad realized that moms tend to focus almost all their energy and attention on their kids. In doing so and as all mothers do, they tend to forget about everything else, including and perhaps themselves. 

    "We must always be there to help, make sure they enjoy motherhood, and be a reminder that they need to do things for themselves!" the head of the #BulliedHusbandsClub stressed.  

    "Our role is to be a strong support system to make sure they can also enjoy life outside motherhood!" Nico stressed. "A happy mum is the best mum!" he added. 

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    The first-time dad has a point. Just because moms try and maybe even manage to do a lot or everything by themselves doesn't mean they have to. It definitely doesn't mean they don't need any help. Maybe they just need you to offer to help, and may even need a little convincing that you can handle it. 

    Nico also revealed that he tried to take over feeding Thylane, but Soleen 'allegedly' refused. "Her mama gave the "don't touch my daughter when I feed her" eyes!' he said. Well, it's the thought and the intent that counts.

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