Exhausted Dani Dyer reveals she's 'finally' going to sleep at 5PM after struggling to get baby Santiago to nap

EXHAUSTED Dani Dyer revealed that she was only getting to sleep at five in the afternoon after baby Santiago refused to nap.

The 24-year-old star is still adapting to life as a new mum after giving birth to her son on 23 January.

She has been keeping fans updated on parenthood via social media, and has admitted in the past that she is struggling with sleep deprivation.

Taking to her Instagram Story at 5pm today, Dani shared a short video of Santiago snoozing peacefully in his buggy, adding the caption: "Finally I can sleep..

"Pushed him to sleep in my buggy indoors, this has worked for now x".

Earlier this month, Dani admitted that she was beginning to struggle with the lack of sleep, sharing in a fan Q&A: "It is hard, I defo took advantage of lay ins…

"But it's all worth it, I hope eventually he ends up being a good sleeper but think it's a bit too early to be setting a routine."

She later added: "He usually wakes every 3/4 hours so I try and get my sleep in then!"

And last week the former Love Island champ shared a hilarious blunder she'd suffered as a result of exhaustion.

Adding a crying with laughter emoji, she tweeted: "You know you're tired when you make a hot cross bun… put the butter in the sink and the butter knife in the fridge. Momma needs her sleep".

Earlier today, the new mum also shared her panic after noticing her little boy had developed spots after breastfeeding.

The TV favourite begged fans for advice on social media, asking: "Can anyone please recommend a safe body cream for me to use which won't irritate my baby's skin?

"Feel like where he's on the boob my body cream is irritating him which has given him spots. Thank you"

However, she was quickly reassured by her followers, who explained that it was probably baby acne – which is normal in newborns.

Santiago is Dani and boyfriend Sammy Kimmence's first baby, and the star's famous dad Danny has previously gushed about his joy of being a first-time grandpa.

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