Entertainment Jesinta Franklin says she's always cleaning up after her two children
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An AFL great has uncovered footage that might suggest Sydney gun Lance Franklin is "coming to the end pretty quickly".The four-time Coleman medallist was kept goalless for the first time since the Swans' 2018 elimination final in Sydney's nine-point loss to Melbourne at the MCG on Saturday.
She shares two children under the age of two with husband Lance 'Buddy' Franklin.
And on Thursday, Jesinta Franklin said she's always doing 'two or three' things at once, while caring for daughter Tullulah, one, and one-month-old son Rocky.
The 29-year-old model shared footage on Instagram Stories of herself breastfeeding while eating her breakfast, before walking fans through her untidy lounge room.
In the breastfeeding video, Jesinta dressed casually and cradled little Rocky on her lap as she attempted to eat a bowl of granola with yoghurt, chia seeds and berries.
Jesinta Franklin takes her children to their first AFL game
She welcomed her second child with AFL star husband Buddy Franklin in March. And on Saturday, WAG Jesinta Franklin (née Campbell) took her newborn son Rocky and her daughter Tallulah, one, to their first footy game. Posting to her Instagram Stories, the 29-year-old shared a photo of some child-sized Sydney Swans merchandise, including jerseys and a beanie with their father's number 23 on it. © Provided by Daily Mail ( 'We're ready! Lulu and Rocky's first game,' Jesinta wrote in the caption.She added: 'Wish me luck.
Referencing the time as just after seven in the morning, she captioned the clip, 'Always doing 2 (or 3) things at once these days,' alongside a monkey face emoji.
Jesinta then posted a clip of herself walking through her home, drawing attention to toys, clothing and odd bits and pieces strewn across the floor.
'Something spilled on the couch, toys and shoes and God knows what else to pick up,' she told fans.
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'The house was spotless only minutes ago! Any other mums feel like all they do all day is pick up stuff from the floor and clean?' she asked.
Just a day earlier, Jesinta admitted at the Vida Glow launch event in Sydney that life was 'crazy' with her growing brood.
'Two under two is crazy,' she told.
'Both of them together, the love doubles but your time and your attention has to be split now. It is really hard having to divide that time and the attention and the love sometimes too.
'I have been up since three this morning with a teething toddler and Rocky was up for a feed then. I am tired, I am not going to lie.'
Jesinta added of balancing motherhood and fame: 'I was literally just feeding a newborn baby in the car and then all of a sudden I am standing next to Rita Ora.'
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Fremantle skipper Nat Fyfe has booted the match-winning goal to help lift his team to a two-point AFL win over Sydney in Perth. Franklin had three goals to his name by halftime in Saturday night's match, and he booted another three in a pulsating final term to give Sydney a four-point lead with five minutes remaining.
'I am really lucky that I have a work schedule that is flexible around me and the kids,' she said.
The stunner welcomed her second child withstar husband Buddy in March.
Buddy Franklin teaches daughter Tullulah how to make porridge .
Jesinta Franklin recently spoke about the difficulties of raising their kids while her AFL star husband Lance 'Buddy' Franklin plays football interstate. But the Sydney Swans great, 34, played doting dad this week, teaching his one-year-old daughter Tullulah how to make porridge in a sweet Instagram post. Jesinta, 29, shared a photo to Instagram Stories showing the pair in the kitchen, the tot standing on a little chair while her father kept a firm hand on her back. © Provided by Daily Mail ( The adorable photo was captioned: 'Learning how to make porridge with Daddy'.