Stacey Solomon shares most adorable photo of Joe Swash and son Leighton
Stacey Solomon has shared an extremely adorable photo of Joe Swash and her youngest son, Leighton.
The photo shows boyfriend and Joe and six-year-old Leighton hanging out on a beanbag reading a book while their dog chills out in the background.
Stacey shared the image to her IG Story first, saying that the photo was making her cry.
She shared it on her feed, writing:
"Coming home to this actually hurts my heart. It was so cute I didn’t even moan at Joe for stealing my jumper... it could probably do with a stretch right now anyway."
This came before Stacey revealed today that one of her boys experienced anxiety around going to the bathroom in public - most commonly in school.
The mother-of-two said she felt angry reading an article that suggested that every child should be able to use the toilet without issue by the time they're five.
"One of [my sons] had real issues with going to the toilet at school," she said.
"It made him feel anxious. In this article, the teacher's saying, 'They're five for god's sake, why can't they go to the toilet competently?'
"I do think that most children can at that age but I think that starting a new school the anxieties that come with it - all of these things can make it difficult for a child to go to the toilet at the right time."
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Happy mumma’s day. Had a lovely morning at the flower market, now to try and arrange these wild things in some way 😂 ...Thinking of those who don’t have their mums today, I realise how lucky I am to be a mummy and be lucky enough to still have my mummy in my life. Mums you are bloomin amazing, superhuman, beings and I take my hat off to each and every one of you. 💗💗💗
Stacey and Joe announced recently that they are expecting their first child together.
Joe also revealed that they have indeed chosen a name for their unborn child, and that one of Stacey's sons picked it.
"We have chosen a name for our baby," he said. "It wasn't my choice. There is no point in fighting it. Don't stress and you'll make yourself a lot happier."
"I do like the name. One of her kids chose it. I can't say more. If I give away what we are having I will have to sleep at my mum's."