RHOBH’s Teddi Mellencamp Reveals Her Babysitter Quarantines With The Family … and Helps Baby Dove Suffering From Colic
Teddi Mellencamp has revealed how her nanny isolates herself with her and husband to help with her large family.
“I’m having a babysitter, thank goodness,” the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star revealed during a Q&A Instagram Story on Wednesday.
Teddi certainly has her hands full with her new baby Dove, who suffers from colic, as well as children Slate, seven, Cruz, five, and her stepdaughter Isabella, 11, from husband Edwin Arroyave’s previous relationship.
Helping Hands: Teddi Mellencamp revealed how her nanny isolates herself with her and her husband to help with children
“Between virtual education and baby pigeon who has colic, and work, and housewife press, I am grateful that she is now in quarantine with us.”
Colic is when a healthy baby often cries or pressures for an extended period of time, and the 38-year-old has previously spoken about how Dove suffered with this.
Meanwhile, Teddi has opened up about her weight loss journey after revealing that she has lost 45 pounds since giving birth in February.
She told Hollywood Life that Dove was a completely ‘different experience’ from her first two, because she could immediately become ‘active’ again.
Busy Mom: Teddi definitely has her hands full with her new baby Dove, as well as kids Slate, seven, Cruz, five, and her stepdaughter Isabella, 11.
Baby Blues: Teddi has revealed how her newborn baby suffers from colic
“… With Slate and Cruz [her older children], I was on and off bed rest, so it made the recovery so much different. I cycled the day I brought Dove into the world, so I was able to move faster.
“I already had a healthy lifestyle, so it wasn’t a big shift in that regard.”
And while she had an active pregnancy, Teddi recently told DailyMail.com about how she struggled during last season’s filming of RHOBH.
New addition: Teddi shared adorable photos of her daughter
Fun way to isolate: The family seems to be quarantined on a private beach
“I think that’s really the most important thing [was] don’t drink, ”she admitted. “Because you’re often at dinner, you have two glasses of wine or whatever it is and you’re not 100% present in the conversation.”
“You don’t drink and you’re not on your phone, you’re involved,” she continued. “I remember everything, but sometimes I thought, I wish I didn’t.”
Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills airs Wednesday night on Bravo.
Nice: the family hung out with a babysitter to help them