Jesinta Franklin Reveals the Healthy Snacks She Gives Her Two Young Children

Footy WAG Jesinta Franklin Reveals the Healthy Snacks She Gives Her Nine-Month-Old Son Rocky and One-Year-Old Daughter Tullulah


She shares two young children with her AFL star husband Buddy Franklin.

And Tuesday, Jesinta Franklin revealed the very healthy snacks she’s feeding her nine-month-old son Rocky and one-year-old daughter Tullulah.

The 30-year-old model shared a photo on Instagram of a tray of mixed treats for her young children.

Revealed: Jesinta Franklin has revealed the healthy snacks she’s feeding her nine-month-old son Rocky and one-year-old daughter Tullulah

Rocky and Tullulah enjoyed cucumber sticks, seaweed snacks, fruit, and hummus dip without crackers.

It comes after Jesinta and her two children said an emotional goodbye to Buddy as the football great headed into the “full-time” AFL preseason.

She posted a black and white photo to Instagram earlier on Tuesday of the Sydney Swans star giving Rocky “goodbye kisses” before she left.

Treats: The model shared a photo on Instagram of a tray of mixed treats, including cucumber sticks, seaweed snacks, fruit and hummus dip

Treats: The model shared a photo on Instagram of a tray of mixed treats, including cucumber sticks, seaweed snacks, fruit and hummus dip

The 30-year-old WAG captioned the post, “Bud’s 18th pre-season so he’s back in full-time training now.”

“We’ve had the best months together as a family,” she added.

A subsequent story showed Jesinta having stickers applied to her face by one-year-old daughter Tullulah, along with the caption, “No better way to start the morning.”

In an interview for the August issue of Marie Claire Australia, Jesinta admitted she is concerned about her children, who are part Indigenous Australians.

Goodbye kissing: It comes after Jesinta and her two young children said an emotional goodbye to Buddy as the football great headed for 'full-time' AFL preseason

Goodbye kissing: It comes after Jesinta and her two young children said an emotional goodbye to Buddy as the football great headed for ‘full-time’ AFL preseason

Hold on: Another story showed that Jesinta (pictured) had stickers applied to her face by one-year-old daughter Tullulah

Hold on: Another story showed that Jesinta (pictured) had stickers applied to her face by one-year-old daughter Tullulah

“As parents, we try to raise Lulu and Rocky to be resilient and stand up for themselves,” she explains.

“It’s heartbreaking to know that at some point in their lives they’re going to have to deal with prejudice and racism — it’s not a matter of if, but when — but they’re going to know that kind of behavior isn’t okay.”

The former Miss Universe Australia said that although she is “supervised” by her sportsman, she “has also taken the initiative to educate myself”.

She said she is committed to ensuring her children are connected to their culture and wants to be “the best mother to our First Nations babies and the best ally I can be.”

Parenting: In an interview for the August issue of Marie Claire Australia, Jesinta admitted she is concerned about her children, who are part Indigenous Australian.

Parenting: In an interview for the August issue of Marie Claire Australia, Jesinta admitted she is concerned about her children, who are part Indigenous Australian.

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