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Fantastic. Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler and his beautiful better half, fiancée Kristin Cavallari, welcomed their bouncing baby boy, Camden Jack, on Aug. 8, 2012. As you can see, Cutler takes the rearing and care of his child very seriously. And he is more than willing to lend a helping hand with the day-to-day duties of providing said care to Camden Jack, including bottle-feeding time … so long as someone is around to feed him a bottle as well.
That’s multitasking, folks. A regular Mr. Mom if I’ve ever seen one. Well done, Jay Cutler. This Bud’s for you.
[H/T Terez Owens, via Kissing Suzy Kolber]
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Not only is Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler a pretty good football player, he also does a heck of a job multi-tasking at home.
As you can see from the picture above, Cutler can drink a beer and feed his baby at the same time.
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For those of you wondering what Chicago Bears quarterback is up to this offseason, he's spending some quality time with his young son, Camden.
Check out the below photo of Jay (or someone who looks pretty darn like him) feeding his son while getting a helping hand from someone holding a beer to his mouth:
(Courtesy of Pro Football Zone)
I’m sure Jay Cutler is having a great off-season and why wouldn’t he be? According to this picture, between the workouts and shopping sprees with his wife, he obviously seems to be enjoying a cold beverage or two. Hopefully Jack grows up to be a good kid.
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