Nico Bolzico joins wife Solenn Heussaff in her latest YouTube vlog, and for the first time, the couple talks at length about becoming parents.
Their daughter Thylane or Tili is eight months old, and for Nico it has been an amazing ride.
The celebrity dad says, "I think that, yes, once you have a baby, everything changes...
"In our case, I'm experiencing things that I never experienced before Thylane, and it's amazing.
"But I must say that without [Solenn], I would be lost."
In praising his wife, Nico expresses in wonderment how it has been easy for women to turn into super nurturers once they become moms.
Addressing Solenn and then the viewers, the Argentinean businessman says, "I think you are superwoman and you can do it all... I see you doing so much. It's incredible."
And without a pause, Nico turns to address his fellow dads to remind them to be "superdads" too.
Sounding stern, he says, "But that doesn't mean we should be lazy and laid back and not support because the woman can take it.
"No, that's wrong. You need to be a superdad also. You need to be there and involved.
"The limitation of how involved you will get, [the mom] will tell you.
"But always be ready. Always be available to support and help and be a dad."
Solenn: Moms aren't invincible
For her part, Solenn accepts the supermom idea, remembering being "so shocked" how after giving birth she suddenly knew everything that needed to be done for her baby.
She says, "Everything comes naturally and you get to do so much that you never thought you could.
"You can do so much in a day with your baby, with you errands, and everything. We know how to multi-task even before you're a mom."
Solenn shares, "I was panicking before I became a mom because a lot of my friends have given birth two to three months before me.
"When I went to buy stuff for the baby room, I was so overwhelmed with the amount of things out there that they're telling what to buy, what not to buy. What works, what's a myth, what doesn't."
For some reality check, Solenn reminds as well that moms aren't made to be "invincible."
The Kapuso talent elaborates, "We are not superwoman in the way that... we're always going to be in a good mood and we're always going to be there for everything. No.
"We need our time. We need to be alone, we need to do the things we love doing.
"We need to take care of ourselves and we need the help.
"It's not embarrassing or doesn't make you a bad mom if you ask for help or a day off from your child."