Usually, being pregnant is an exciting time. However, there are occasions when expectant mothers and their partners may feel as though they are also carrying a bundle of anxiety. They are overwhelmed with tasks. They have to adjust to the adjustments and unpredictabilities that occur with pregnancy and childbirth. Both couples’ relationships and sense of collaboration are strengthened when they provide support for one another. During this hectic time, a partner’s support is extremely crucial for the mother and infant. A woman may feel happier and less stressed if she believes her spouse is there for her both during and after pregnancy. Having less stress throughout pregnancy may also benefit babies. If this is your first child, educate yourself as much as you can about pregnancy. Assistance with cooking and cleaning. This is crucial, especially if your pregnant partner is really exhausted or gets queasy at the smell of certain foods. Don’t smoke around her if you do. If you can, start a programme to help you stop smoking, or reduce how much you smoke. As the pregnancy progresses, foot and back massages can help reduce tension and discomfort. Help your infant get dressed, changed, and fed. Depending on your preferred method of feeding the baby, you can either bring the infant to your nursing partner or use a bottle. It fosters a link between you and the child while giving your partner some alone time to rest or go for a stroll.