Skye Wheatley reveals how fatigue is turning her into a ‘baddie’ after welcoming newborn son Bear 


‘Some nights I’m so tired, I can’t keep upright’: Skye Wheatley reveals how fatigue is turning her into a ‘baddie’ after welcoming newborn son Bear

Skye Wheatley has made a candid parenting confession about her newborn son, Bear.

Posting to her Instagram on Wednesday, the 27-year-old former Big Brother star admitted she has got into the habit of having her little one sleep in her bed alongside partner Lachlan Waugh. 

‘Hands up it you’re a co sleeping baddie like me,’ she asked her 684,000 followers. 

Bad habits: Posting to her Instagram on Wednesday, Skye Wheatley, 27, admitted she has got into the bad habit of having her son Bear sleep in her bed alongside partner Lachlan Waugh

‘I’m worried I won’t be able to get Bear out of my bed, I try my hardest not to but sometimes I’ll wake up and Bear is next to me in the bed and I’m like shoot how did that happen,’ she explained.

‘Some nights I’m so tired I can’t keep up right and lay my head down to sleep and boom it’s morning.’ 

Alongside her lengthy caption, the influencer shared an adorable new picture of her son sound asleep in her giant bed.

The new mum’s telling post comes after she shared a sweet photo of her son gazing wide-eyed at the camera.

He was seen lying on a quilt while wrapped in a koala hooded towel, seemingly after having a bath.

Still adjusting: 'Some nights I'm so tired I can't keep up right and lay my head down to sleep and boom it's morning,' she wrote

Still adjusting: ‘Some nights I’m so tired I can’t keep up right and lay my head down to sleep and boom it’s morning,’ she wrote

So sweet: Skye Wheatley shared yet another cute photo of her newborn son, Bear, on Instagram on Monday

So sweet: Skye Wheatley shared yet another cute photo of her newborn son, Bear, on Instagram on Monday

‘It’s baby Bear in his brother’s koala hooded towel for me,’ Skye captioned the post, adding a series of emojis.

In addition to Bear, Skye is also mother to a two-year-old son, Forest, who she shares with boyfriend of four years, tradesman Lachlan.

The doting mum regularly shares photos of both her young sons on Instagram, and spoke about their bond shortly after Bear’s birth in April.

Too cute: 'It's baby Bear in his brother's koala hooded towel for me,' Skye Wheatley captioned the post, adding a series of emojis

Too cute: ‘It’s baby Bear in his brother’s koala hooded towel for me,’ Skye Wheatley captioned the post, adding a series of emojis

Keeping mum: In addition to Bear, Skye is also mother to a two-year-old son, Forest, who she shares with boyfriend of four years, tradesman Lachlan

Keeping mum: In addition to Bear, Skye is also mother to a two-year-old son, Forest, who she shares with boyfriend of four years, tradesman Lachlan

‘Nothing like a brotherly bond. Forest is already nailing his older brother role, such a protector,’ she wrote on Instagram at the time.

Last month, Skye admitted she was ‘pretty obsessed’ with the newborn, sharing a series of photos and videos of him on Instagram Stories.  

Skye only announced the baby’s name, Bear West, in a lengthy video posted to YouTube on April 29. 

'Nothing like a brotherly bond. Forest is already nailing his older brother role, such a protector,' she wrote on Instagram

‘Nothing like a brotherly bond. Forest is already nailing his older brother role, such a protector,’ she wrote on Instagram

She announced Bear’s birth on Instagram on April 23: ‘So in love with the newest addition to our family.’ 

Shortly after bringing Bear home from the hospital, Skye said she was ‘loving the newborn bubble and never want[ed] it to end’. 

‘My hormones and emotions are insane… it goes so, so fast and before you know it they’re not your little babies anymore,’ she added.

So in love: Shortly after bringing Bear home from the hospital, Skye said she was 'loving the newborn bubble and never want[ed] it to end'

So in love: Shortly after bringing Bear home from the hospital, Skye said she was ‘loving the newborn bubble and never want[ed] it to end’

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