Nico Bolzico is the first to praise his wife Solenn Heussaff for being a good mom.
The Argentinian businessman talked about his life as a first-time parent during the live stream of AIA Healthy Living with Raymond Gutierrez, Wil Dasovich, and Anton del Rosario. The YouTube live stream took place last Saturday, August 1, 2020.
Nico first quipped, "Okay, first of all, she's always present. Present everywhere. She's listening to everything."
Turning a bit more serious, he said, "Solenn as a mommy is incredible. She's incredible. She is a wonder mom."
Nico narrated how hands-on Solenn is to Baby Thylane.
He said, "She wakes up at night. She like, has this special connection with Thylane.
"She understands what Thylane wants no matter when.
"Like me, sometimes I see her a bit crying, I'm like, 'What's going on?'
"She goes, 'Oh, she's hungry.' 'How do you know?' 'Oh, she's tired.' 'How do you know?' 'Check the diaper.' 'How do you know?'
"It's like, you know, it's this mommy thing."
The celebrity dad is also amazed by Solenn's special skill: she is able to make Baby Thylane poop.
He explained, "Basically, you know like, okay, when they're babies, one of the biggest worries is, 'Did she poop today? Did she poop?'
"If they don't poop, they get fussy, and you don't sleep at night, and then divorce comes.
"So basically, Solenn puts Thylane on her bed and she goes like that [strained face]. And Thylane looks at her and she goes like [strained face].
"That's how they connect and she poops every time. Hundred percent of the times. That's a mom-daughter connection."
LIFE CHANGING EXPERIENCE
Raymond asked Nico how their lives have changed since he and his wife became parents.
Nico replied, "I think since Thylane was born, January 1, everything changed.
"Like priorities, it's all like, before your priority was your career to whatever it was.
"Like, you know, making money, you know, staying healthy. That changes.
"Today, priority number one is Thylane.
"So we plan whatever we do during the day, during the week.
"Let's say we plan it through how will this impact, you know, having Thylane with us?"
While it is unfortunate that millions of people are suffering because of the COVID-19 pandemic, Nico has decided to look for a silver lining.
The new father said having more time with his baby is one of the best things that has happened to him this year.
"During this pandemic, during this quarantine, I think it was awesome because I really enjoyed her in ways that I wouldn't have been able to enjoy Thylane if I wouldn't be here 24/7.
"Because right now I have my mornings with her, my afternoons with her.
"And like, if I miss her for, like, I'm working on the computer, like, you know, home office, and if I miss her, I can jump off and be with her for twenty minutes.
"And to me, it's great. You see her growing per day, every day, she's different. Every day it's something new. Every day it's something she learns.
"And they're so pure like, for them, everything is new."
Nico added that his quarantine experience made him more grateful and appreciative of the things he has.
"It helps because in times like these when you stop and you think, 'Okay wait, where are we standing?'
"You know when it's the first time we all face a worldwide pandemic, but I think if something the pandemic is [teaching us], it makes us stop and look around where we're standing, what is really important in life.
"And then you appreciate, you know, family, friends, a lot of things that sometimes you take it for granted.
"And with Thylane, that was exponentially bigger because we're really enjoying her.
"And, you know, before having a baby like, everyone tells you it's gonna be amazing, it's gonna change your life.
"And for me it was like, 'Yeah it might.' But you really don't feel it unless it actually happens.
"The first time you hold your baby in your arms, it's like, 'Okay, now I understand what everyone was trying to explain to me that you can not understand until it actually happens.'"