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Ant Anstead is experiencing some bedtime woes with his toddler.
The 42-year-old Celebrity IOU: Joyride host spoke with Entertainment Tonight Thursday about his son Hudson, who turned 2 last month, and his latest sleep regression. Anstead — who is also dad to daughter Amelie, 18, and son Archie, 15 — admitted, "I think, when a child hits 2, they call it the 'Terrible Twos' for a reason."
"I'd like to think that you try and get a routine, and the moment that you give in they win. And I've given in! So I've been joining Hudson in bed at 4:00 every morning," he said. "I try and steal a few extra hours of sleep, but the truth is that I'm half awake making sure I don't roll over."
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Sharing several photos and videos from Hudson's birthday celebrations, Anstead wrote on Instagram: "Now THAT was a PARTY!!! We danced, ate cake, opened presents, ate more cake and it ended in a bonkers water fight and soggy cake! Perfect!"
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Meanwhile, Haack, 38, shared from her account, "Happy 2️⃣ Birthday Hudson!! Such a sweet, active and smart boy. He loves to try and figure things out for himself and has this mischievous look on his face while doing it haha. He's talking a lot already but his favorite word in our home is 'Cash' 🐶. We love you!"
Anstead opened up to PEOPLE about co-parenting last month, saying, "I'm a big supporter of modern-day parenting."
"You can only ever look back and judge yourself and how you dealt with your half. There are so many co-parents out there that allow emotions, bitterness, anger and jealousy to control them. And ultimately all of that stuff means nothing," he added. "I'm not going to be ashamed. I'm going to look back and say, 'I really handled my half well.' "