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Does Thylane Look Like Mom Solenn Heussaff or Dad Nico Bolzico? See For YourselfWe all have to wait a few more months before Solenn and Nico share Thylane's face to the world.by Rachel Perez .
One of the perks of being new parents is they get to keep their baby to themselves if they want to. In this age of social media, it's customary to let parents make any announcement about pregnancies or births — about their own children, really.
For the first time, we get to see a better look at Solenn Heussaff and Nico Bolzico's daughter, Thylane Katana. On Instagram Stories, the first-time mom shared a selfie with her baby, in which the little girl is looking straight at the camera.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
Solenn cropped the photo to show just their eyes. She also didn't write any caption to accompany the photo.
Perhaps, it's a reply to her husband Nico, who already claimed before that their daughter got her eyes from him.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
Thylane may have the same eye color as her dad's. Still, their baby girl's eye shape and her gaze looks as fierce as her mom's. What do you think?
It's still only a glimpse of one of Thylane's features, but Solenn is eager to show that Thylane is growing so fast. The little one's thighs are filling up, and she can already hold her head up for moments at a time.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
Why Solenn and Nico aren't sharing a full-faced photo of their daughter just yet
Nico joked that Sollen "will eradicate me from the world" if he shows Thylane's face without his wife's permission. In hindsight, the new dad took it seriously (and the new mom might have been serious about it).ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
Before Thylane marked her second month of life, Solenn shared why she has not shown her daughter's face on social media. She doesn't "want her to be exposed to this type of make-belief world."
"I've read about comments like: 'Is your baby ugly?' 'Aren't you proud of her?' 'Is she abnormal?' amongst other things," Solenn wrote in one of her past Instagram Stories. She reminded everyone that life does not happen only on Instagram.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
"Yes, it's a great place to share things, but you don't have to share everything," Solenn stressed. "It's not because it didn't happen on IG that it didn't happen in real life," she added.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
The momma promised to eventually introduce Thylane to the public. Still, she's "not in a hurry and enjoying her every change." She is so precious," Solenn said.
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