Edwina Bartholomew talks about the hardships of her growing family.
The 39-year-old Australian journalist has ‘happily’ returned to work after welcoming her second child, son Tom, in March, but still trying to navigate her life while raising two children under the age of three. has been
“I’m told time and again that going from one to two kids is the most challenging step,” he said in his latest column. daily Telegraph,
Edwina Bartholomew, 39, has ‘happily’ returned to work after welcoming her second child, but is still trying to navigate her life while raising two children under the age of three.
Edwina said she thought she had ‘baby a down pat’ because her two-year-old daughter Molly was ‘finally sleeping through the night’.
But after the arrival of newborn Tom, who was born on March 1, a Sunrise newsreader said his daughter was battling terrible twins.
She revealed, ‘Our gentle, girl turned into a monster in a matter of weeks and I struggled to face it openly.
The Nissan ambassador joked, ‘There was food on the walls, tantrums on the floor, screaming and it was just me.
Edwina said it has been the “most beautiful” despite being the “most challenging phase” of her life.
Following the arrival of newborn Tom (pictured), born March 1, a Sunrise newsreader said her daughter battled with the terrible two
She joked, ‘There was food on the walls, there were total tantrums on the floor, screaming and it was just me.’
He said, ‘Every time it hurts my heart to see my daughter spraying raspberries on my son’s stomach.’
‘Though his throat borders on suffocation, his little face lit up when he is on the receiving end of one of his aggressive squeezes.’
Edwina returned to Channel Seven’s breakfast show Sunrise this week after taking a five-month maternity leave.
On Monday, Edwina, who had previously been a rotating weather presenter before being promoted to the news desk, said it was ‘beautiful’ to be back in the studio.
Edwina and Neil announced the birth of their son Thomas in early March
She was joined by co-anchors Natalie Barr and David Koch, while sports reporter Mark Beretta provided updates on Australian swimmers from Birmingham, England, at the 2022 Commonwealth Games.
Edwina said, ‘It’s been such a lovely five months.
‘We’ve had such a lovely time as a family unit, so it was a little sad to leave them at home, but it was also lovely to be back at work.’
Sunrise newsreader Edwina Bartholomew (pictured) returned to Breaky Central on Monday after taking five months of maternity leave
She is joined by co-anchors Natalie Barr (center) and David Koch (right) at the news desk
Natalie added: ‘Eddie is back at work for comfort, like most new mums! It can be far more comfortable at work than at home.’
Edwina and Neil announced the birth of their son in early March.
‘Some little news from our family. Thomas Donald Elliot Varko was born on March 1, 2022,’ he wrote on Instagram alongside a gallery of newborn photos.
‘In times like these, for many, we hope that Tom’s little face brings a smile to you.’
They are also parents to daughter Molly born in late 2019