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Dani Dyer moans about watching baby shows as she puts baby Santi in front of TV

Dani Dyer is having trouble coming to terms with the fact she’s going to be watching more and more baby TV shows.

The Love Island winner, 24, welcomed her first child – a baby boy named Santiago – with boyfriend Sammy Kimmence in January this year and already has him watching TV.

But it seems as though Dani herself is already over watching baby shows as they simply leave her “emotionally drained”.

Taking to her Instagram Story, the first-time mum revealed: “I’ve put on a little bit of baby telly because all my girls who have got kids do it. They were like, ‘Dan you need to start putting it on’.”

Dani Dyer said baby shows leave her “emotionally drained”

“But he’s [Santiago] only eight weeks old – well, he’s eight weeks old today – but I’ve put it on and I’m emotionally drained,” she added.

“I don’t know how I’m going to put up with that. How am I going to be stable watching this all day?”

Dani then shared a snap of her son staring at the TV, writing: “He hasn’t taken his eyes off it.”

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Dani shared an adorable clip of her baby boy watching TV

Dani has recently opened up about the challenges she’s faced as a mum after welcoming baby Santi.

Speaking on Sorted with the Dyers, the podcast she hosts with EastEnders star dad Danny Dyer, she told that she began to worry after “not feeling herself” for a couple of days.

Danny said of lockdown: “This has been a f***ing long, cold, hard winter this one. And even if you’re the strongest cat out there then you’re struggling now.”

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Dani says her baby boy didn’t take his eyes off the screen

Dani chimed in: “It’s been awful. The other day I was really struggling, I had a couple of days where I made a shepherd’s pie but I just felt so down.

“And I think when you’ve just had a baby you really start worrying, thinking, ‘Am I suffering with a bit of postnatal depression?’

“I know this sounds weird but I made the shepherd’s pie but it was like I wasn’t making it.

“I had a couple of days of just really not feeling me and then I went on a walk and I felt back to myself. I felt so low.”

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