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NFL's Isaac Rochell hilariously calls out dad for not taking care of their own kids

As a dad himself, the athlete hilariously called out fellow dads for not knowing how to take care of their kids and his remarkable PSA is spitting facts.

NFL's Isaac Rochell hilariously calls out dad for not taking care of their own kids
Cover Image Source: TikTok|@isaacrochell

At some point, we all have seen several cases where mothers constantly look after their babies and know everything about them inside out. On the other hand, dads are often perplexed the minute the baby is handed over to them. Some dads can not even keep up with the updated knowledge moms have about their kids and need to pick up the pace! NFL player Isaac Rochell—who goes by @isaacrochell on TikTok—shared a video with a much-needed PSA for dads. As a dad, he has learned the drill and has some free information to share with fellow dads. Interestingly, Rochell made a whole presentation on a whiteboard with the PSA drafted in a structured manner.

Image Source: TikTok|@isaccrochell
Image Source: TikTok | @isaccrochell

He shared a common POV where dads are worried about handling their kids and often need their partners to help. “Dads, when you’re taking care of your kid, can you leave your girl alone?” he urged. He confidently assured dads they were beyond capable of handling their babies. The athlete highlighted that moms are fed up with looking after the baby constantly, even when they’re not looking after the baby. “She’s tired of you asking all those questions and here’s why- Because you’re babysitting!” He pointed towards the whiteboard and explained that dads need to know everything about their kids and be parents, not babysitters.

Image Source: TikTok|@isaacrochell
Image Source: TikTok | @isaacrochell

“Dads don’t babysit” was written in bold on the board, accompanied by Rochell’s statement, “You’re just being a dad.” He shared a few points to help dads figure out whether they’re “dad-dads or babysitting dads.” The dad shared popular questions that babysitters ask but unfortunately shared that some dads also have no clue. “How many ounces do they need?” the first pointer read. “You should already know that. Figure it out,” he blatantly said. The next question was about the number of hours the baby naps. “How do you not know how long they nap for?” Rochell asked in hysterical disbelief. “Figure it out!” he repeated.

Image Source: TikTok|@isaacrochell
Image Source: TikTok | @isaacrochell

The next question was about where the baby’s belongings are likely to be. Agitated at dads who dare to ask these questions, the athlete remarked, “Leave her alone. She doesn’t want to talk to you.” Lastly, Rochell cautioned dads to avoid asking one question above all, “When are you coming home?” He stressed the need for mommas to be able to “breathe” and have time of their own. Rochell pointed to the last section of the whiteboard, which read, “Questions a dad asks,” followed by a blank line.

Image Source: TikTok|@melindastclair
Image Source: TikTok | @melindastclair
Image Source: TikTok|@emedlund
Image Source: TikTok | @emedlund

The dad pointed to the blank and stared back at the screen. The blank indicated that dads should have 0 questions to ask about their kids. “We’re not doing this anymore. We’re not here to babysit. We’re dads,” he concluded. Moms were thanking Rochell for the much-needed PSA and couldn’t help but admire him as a parent. @jackiezawada said, “Thank you! All my cousins’ husbands say they babysit and then get mad when I yell at them.” @lylaaroowh0 wrote, “My new favorite person is using a whiteboard to point out facts!” @karabeilman added, “I don’t even have a kid and I Love this mindset. Protect this at all costs!”

You can follow Isaac Rochell (@isaacrochell) on TikTok for more content on humor and lifestyle.

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