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Rosanna has been documenting her kids’ lives as they grow up and yesterday shared an emotional snap with her firstborn

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Rosanna Davison. Photo: Instagram

Rosanna Davison. Photo: Instagram

Rosanna Davison. Photo: Instagram

Rosanna Davison has said that motherhood is a “crazy mix of emotions” in a sweet post with her daughter.

The former Miss World and her husband Wes Quirke welcomed their daughter Sophia via gestational surrogate in November 2019 before Rosanna gave birth to “miracle” twin boys Hugo and Oscar last winter.

As a proud mum of three children under the age of 3, Rosanna has been documenting her kids’ lives as they grow up and yesterday shared an emotional snap with her firstborn.

The 37-year-old looked glamorous as ever in a floral sundress and orange sunglasses as she held Sophia in her arms in Co. Wicklow.

The toddler modelled a cute sunhat and one of her mum’s old dresses from when she was a tot, leading Rosanna to reflect on how quickly her little girl is “growing up” and “exploring the world around her.”

Captioning the post, she wrote: “Our second summer of adventures together and she’s wearing another of my old dresses here.

“I feel so proud watching Sophia saying lots of new words and exploring the world around her, but little by little my baby girl is growing up and becoming increasingly independent.

“Motherhood is such a crazy mix of emotions! #summer2021”

Followers flocked to the comments section to praise the Dubliner and dote over her little one.

One fan wrote: “You are teaching her all the good things in life!! Don't fret she'll always be your little girl!!”

Another said: “She's adorable also ye are growing together. How lovely.”

A third penned: “Sophia will always be your little girl.”

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Rosanna recently shared a hilarious post in which she describes how she negotiates with her toddlers after they throw a tantrum, revealing that the key to bartering with babies is having lots of snacks on hand.

She wrote: “Toddlers: All cute and cuddly and squidgy and affectionate one minute and then like emotionally unstable, food-chucking, caffeinated chimps the next.

“Negotiating with them requires guts, determination and skill. And snacks. Always have snacks,” she added.

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