It’s been an exciting fortnight for McFly’s Tom Fletcher, what with that viral video, the news that McBusted would be supporting One Direction on tour – oh, and of course the birth of his baby son, Buzz.
But little Buzz hasn’t let his dad get used to new parenthood without a few hiccups. The two-week-old tot had to be rushed to hospital last Saturday with a mystery illness, and now it turns out the Fletcher family have been in and out of hospital all week.
Tom took to Twitter this morning to update his fans on the situation.
‘Buzz is 2 weeks old today and we're all looking forward to finally getting out of the hospital this afternoon! Whoop!!!!’ he tweeted, along with a picture of himself with wife Giovanna and their little one sitting on a hospital bed.
The brand new dad has been immersing himself in all things baby of late, and some of his tweets have given us a bit of an insight into how parenthood is affecting him.
‘If you churn breast milk can you make boob cheese? Has that ever been done? I wonder what cracker would be best paired with it,’ he wondered aloud at one point.
‘It’s amazing how quickly terms like “night-feed”, “winding” and “poopy bum” have become common phrases in our vocabulary,’ he added later.
'If you churn breast milk can you make boob cheese?' Tom wonders
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