NEW mum Molly Mae Hague has revealed that nappy changing has become a 'traumatic experience' for her.
The 23 year old mum of one, who gave birth last month, had made a conscious effort to take fans on her journey throughout her pregnancy and birth.
But now, the former Love Island star, who welcomed a daughter with boxer boyfriend Tommy Fury, has revealed that her daughter Bambi is not a fan of having her nappy changed.
So much so, Molly opts for wrapping her in a blanket afterwards rather than getting her dressed again to keep her calm and happy.
Taking to social media Molly wrote: "My Teeny tiny girl. Sometimes nappy changes are that traumatic for her that we don't make it to the re-clothing stage, so we just snuggle up in blankets and cuddle until she's calm again."
Molly, who has been incredibly candid of her birth journey, recently admitted that she felt nervous over posting after being mum-shamed.
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Molly's apprehension came after her recent post sparked a parenting debate, as she dressed her baby daughter in a snowsuit while in a car seat.
Concerned followers commented on Molly and Tommy's post claiming it was dangerous to put her daughter in the car in a snowsuit, as she could overheat.
One follower said: ""Bambi is not safe at all in her car seat in the second to last picture. Please look into proper car seat safety."
And another said: "Gorgeous baby – let’s just hope and pray she doesn’t have a car accident until she looks into car seat safety xxx."
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But it didn't stop there. Molly was once again cruelly mum-shamed for the way she was holding her baby.
Molly posted a cute picture on Instagram earlier this month, standing in front of her mirror cuddling her newborn. But fans claimed she was holding her child like a doll.
One follower said: "How about you put your phone down, support Bambi’s head. She’s a real baby not a dress up doll."
Another added: "She’s a baby not a toy."
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