Molly-Mae Hague told fans she wanted to 'clarify' comments she had made after opening up about her daughter. The former Love Island star welcomed her first child with her now-fiance Tommy Fury back in January.
She has since been sharing updates into life a new mum and giving glimpses into what the new family of three get up to and in a brand new Q&A on social media, Molly-Mae was asked some questions about her baby girl.
It led one fan to ask her if she ever 'struggles' to go out with her daughter Bambi, nine months, on her own. In response, Molly-Mae admitted she sometimes 'overthinks' taking her daughter out alone. She explained that it is a lot of 'responsibility' to juggle childcare alone as she candidly opened up about her anxiety around it.
She typed in her reply: "I think the thought of it is a lot scarier than doing it! Sometimes I can really overthink taking Bambi out alone or being alone with her for a long amount of time. I do sometimes get a weird anxiety about it even though I know there's nothing to worry about.
"It's a lot of responsibility when you're alone - keeping them happy, fed, hydrated, entertained, stimulated... it's a lot for one person to think about especially since we also have ourselves to take care of! I just really try and not worry! You can do it."
Molly-Mae was also asked about Bambi's sleep routine which she responded with full detail. Molly-Mae said: "She's 10 months and this is her routine. I've shared this with so many people because having this routine changes our lives." She also added: "This routine has Bambi sleeping through without a sound the whole night! I'm so so grateful for it."
But later, the influencer shared another message clarifying how she got Bambi into her routine which included enlisting the help of an expert. "A story for my mum followers... word vomit incoming," Molly-Mae wrote alongside a picture of Bambi in her cot taken shortly after she was born.
"My DM's are flooded about baba routines. I am really passionate about baby routines... it sounds weird but I just find it all fascinating. I think it's because it's worked so insanely well for us... Bambi has been sleeping through since she was just 5 months and it's the best thing in the world. I'm such a better mum in the day because we get a full night's sleep and I'm also able to work properly too."
She then added: "I just wanted to come back on an clarify that we did have the help of a 'sleep coach to get this routine into play... I am NOT Taking the credit for this routine and I do believe if we didn't have the sleep coach, Bambi would not sleep through. I was the best thing I EVER did. She helped us teach Bambi to self-settle, no dummy."
Molly-Mae continued to talk about how the routine works for them and that it's 'not for everyone' before adding: "I never really have mum chat on here because I know the large majority of my followers absolutely do not car... but being a mum is such a huge part of my life and if there's anything I can share to help fellow mums, I really want to do that."