‘I didn’t know how long it was in there’: Australian actress Tammin Sursok candidly shares moment she discovered baby vomit in her hair
Actress Tammin Sursok gave birth to her second daughter with husband Sean McEwen in January.
And although things have seemed to be nothing but a blessing, the 35-year-old revealed the not-so-pleasant moment she found baby vomit in her hair.
Taking to Instagram on Thursday, the mother-of two asked her followers: ‘If you’re a mum, has this ever happened to you?’
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‘I didn’t know how long it was in there’: Australian actress Tammin Sursok candidly shares moment she discovered baby vomit in her hair (Pictured: Tammin with husband Sean McEwen, and daughters Phoenix, five, and newborn Lennon)
‘You’re in the car, or at home, maybe in your bed and you rub your hand through your hair and notice baby vomit?’
Tammin continued: ‘The sad part is, you don’t know how long it’s actually been in there. It’s crusty and you just think, ”Yep, I’m walking around with baby vomit in my hair.”’
The Pretty Little Liars star gave birth to daughter Lennon in January.
‘If you’re a mum, has this ever happened to you?’ Hoping that she wasn’t alone, Tammin asked her followers if they had also experienced the unpleasant scenario
Last month, the 35-year-old revealed that the breastfeeding journey with her daughter is coming to an end as it’s taken a toll on her physical and mental health.
Taking to Instagram, the new mother shared with her fans that she felt breastfeeding was more difficult than child birth.
She wrote: ‘Breastfeeding. Oh the things they don’t tell you. I bet most mums to be won’t think that breastfeeding is harder than birth right? Oh but it is.’
‘Breastfeeding is harder than birth’: The Australia actress revealed last month that nursing her newborn daughter has taken a toll on her mental and physical health
She wrote in an Instagram post: ‘Breastfeeding. Oh the things they don’t tell you. I bet most mums to be won’t think that breastfeeding is harder than birth right? Oh but it is’
Tammin continued: ‘That beautiful bond that is proselytized in society as being something necessary, simple and peaceful.
‘The noise surrounding how we feed our babes is deafening and the shame when we can’t do so becomes debilitating.
‘We are coming to an end to our breastfeeding journey soon. My mental and physical health will take a priority so I can happily take care of my beautiful girl.
‘She won’t judge me for it, some mother’s will, but most importantly I won’t anymore. We did the best we could and you never fail when you try,’ she concluded.
Tammin shares Lennon with husband film director Sean McEwen, 44, and are also parents to five-year-old Phoenix.
Family goals: Tammin shares Lennon with husband film director Sean McEwen, 44, (pictured) and are also parents to five-year-old Phoenix (pictured)