Awww! Nico, Erwan, Doug Share Touching Messages For Wives On Mother’s DayIt gave us a glimpse of how our own partners and children see us
Some of our favorite celebrity dads took to Instagram to share touching messages to their wives and mothers of their children.
Doug Kramer shared two posts, one which included photos of their family through the years and Cheska Garcia-Kramer singing as the cover video. He wrote: “It’s a challenge raising kids, but honey, you make it look easy and fun.”
On an Instagram reel that compiled videos of their family through the years he wrote, “To the mother of my children, words will never be enough to express how much you mean to me and our children.”
Nico Bolzico’s touching Instagram reel shows a video he took of Solenn Heussaff playing with their daughter Tili by the sea. Solenn can be seen trying to teach their daughter to dance. He writes, “#TiliBolz looks up to you already, and that is why I am sure she will be a good person.”ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
Her cousin Dahlia Amelie tried recording a song number with her Dad Erwan Heussaff for mom Anne Curtis, but as Erwan’s Instagram reel shows, his plans didn’t exactly pan out.
Erwan can be seen trying to sing with Dahlia Amelie, who cracks a few jokes during their recording before randomly saying “I’m so pretty”.
Towards the end she pulls her wheelbarrow into the frame and tries to climb on it and gets stuck. Erwan says, “We were supposed to sing this song together and then use it as the background music in our Mother’s Day video. It clearly didn’t work out, but we tried.”CONTINUE READING BELOWRecommended Videos
In another Instagram reel Erwan posts for Anne’s Mother’s Day, he writes, “Stolen moments of never not being a mother.”
These posts were touching to watch and they also reminded us moms just how special we are to our partners and children.
3 Reminders For Moms To Say To Ourselves Especially On Hard Days
1. We're appreciated.
Motherhood can feel like a job that never ends. From the moment we open our eyes till our heads hit the pillow, we are constantly thinking of our family and our responsibilities.
On especially hard days when nothing goes our way, it's easy to forget that our partners and our kids appreciate everything we do.
Even if they don't say thank you every moment, remember that your family appreciates your hard work.
2. They can see what we do.
Watching celebrity husbands post their special messages to their wives can give us a glimpse of how our own partners and children see us.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
They see the service we give and the sacrifices we make. On the daily it can feel like no one sees the little things we do to make everything better, like when the laundry piles up again after you just finished it.
Try noticing the little kind things your kids and partner do, like "Thank you for washing the dishes for me". You may just get some of this positivity in return later on.
3. We make their world go round.
Nico Bolzico said it best, "Happy day to the one that holds us together making every single moment a special one."
It's no wonder when mothers finally get a few moments to themselves and return home, young kids are so excited to tell them about what happened while they were gone.
Sometimes it's tempting to keep saying "Yes" and nodding our heads and pretending to listen but when we give them our complete focus, kids will feel seen and validated.
When we remember that we make their world go round, we'll be able to listen to our kids even when their recent discovery doesn't seem personally interesting to us anymore.
Repeat these three things to yourselves, whenever the moments are difficult.
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