There’s no escaping the dirty nappies for Iain Stirling (Picture: Instagram/iaindoesjokes/thewhitmore)
Lockdown restrictions may have eased as of this week but things haven’t changed much for Iain Stirling, who revealed he was drowning in a sea of dirty nappies.
The presenter and new dad, 33, who recently welcomed his first child with wife Laura Whitmore, 35, gave a glimpse into what he was doing on the day the pubs opened up.
Sharing a photo of him pulling out a chain of dirty nappies from the nappy bin, Iain joked: ‘So happy to see everyone enjoying the easing of lockdown.’
Iain and Laura welcomed their baby daughter last month and the pair have both been getting stuck in to parenthood – and the unfortunate amount of dirty nappies that comes with it.
The Love Island narrator’s followers shared their pain in his comments, adding: ‘This has made laugh as my husband dreads this task haha!!’ and ‘Those bins are a god send BUT nothing ever prepares you for having to empty them.’
Others added: ‘Ahhh the poo bin !! That brings back memories,’ ‘These are just the little ones wait until she’s bigger’ and ‘It’s a poop job but someone has to do it’.
Iain spent the day cleaning out the dirty nappy bin (Picture: Instagram/iaindoesjokes)
Laura and Iain got married in a secret ceremony in November, revealed they were expecting in December and announced the birth of their daughter last month.
She opened up last week about the way people speak to new mothers, writing: ‘Little tip for speaking to new mums… everyone has a different experience so please don’t put your opinion or expectation on them.
Laura gave birth to their first child last month (Picture: Instagram/thewhitmore)
‘I’ve been told I won’t be able to leave the house and should feel s**t. But I actually feel the best I’ve felt ever and the happiest I’ve ever been in my entire life. And maybe feel a bit guilty for feeling good as I’ve been told I shouldn’t.
‘But I’ve created something incredible. I had a positive birth with thankfully no complications and a baby that LOVES the boob (and jaysus those boobs are looking good!) also a supportive partner who loves changing dirty nappies (well at least he does them anyway!)
‘I am lucky that’s my truth at the moment- I’m sure there will be tougher days. But you should never compare yourself to anyone else as your journey is specific to you.
‘Stop comparing bodies and situations. My body is not here for your comparison so please don’t judge it. Support other women, it doesn’t knock you – in fact it empowers you. Just a thought.’
Credit: Original article published here.