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Erin Molan unveils exciting new project days after leaving hospital

“YES I am still resting!”

By Tina Burke
Erin Molan suffered a broken arm and hand after a painful fall earlier this month, but the star is showing no signs of slowing down.
After spending 10 days in hospital to receive treatment for the nasty injury, Erin has unveiled a new project she's been working on. Talk about being a Super Mum!
The 37-year-old sports presenter has partnered up with Baby Dream to launch her own line. The company offers unique, artisanal products and gifts for parents of newborns and babies.
The upcoming launch will be perfect for mum Erin, who welcomed her first daughter, Eliza Emily Ogilvy, in June 2018
"I've been working on this for nearly 15 months now," Erin writes on Instagram. "So much research, designing, then redesigning, then re-re-redesigning, patenting, so many samples, fabrics, cuts, sizes, trials and errors, experiences, lessons and little joys along the way."
Erin adds she has a much "a greater appreciation for all who venture into this kind of space." Hinting the launch is "getting closer," Erin adds she "can't wait to share it" with her followers.
Erin welcomed her baby girl Eliza in 2018. Instagram: @erin_molan
Erin reveals she's been working on the line with Cris, a nurse who was on duty and helped deliver Eliza. She reveals the pair have "taken our relationship from home run, back to first base."
In the photo shared to Instagram, Erin and Cris can be seen looking over the upcoming line, and showing products to Eliza.
"Oh and if mum sees this... YES I am still resting (for the most part!)" Erin, bandaged up in her sling, jokes in the caption.
Erin Molan is back to business just days after being in hopsital. Instagram: @erin_molan
Not only has Erin returned to work on her upcoming launch, she's also revealed she plans to be back on our screens soon.
Speaking to 2GB earlier this week, Erin revealed that even though she "broke the arm bone off entirely," she hopes to be back to work as a sports presenter on Nine soon.
"It's fairly painful. It's one of the more painful breaks you can do," she said. "But my attitude is always that it could have been so much worse.
"I live another day so, hooray."
On Twitter, the presenter added she was "embarrassed but very grateful" to her Nine colleagues for their well-wishes in a recent broadcast.
Erin and Eliza rest in hospital Image: Nine News
We can't wait to see what she has in store for us with this new baby line! Get well soon, Erin.

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