"This is my life now," says the All Black-great-turned- physiotherapist and stay-at -home-dad, as Cassius races out the back of their Raglan bach, where he's tied all the outdoor furniture together with rope.
After a traumatic first pregnancy – which led Cassius to develop a mild form of cerebral palsy, Bronwyn was nervous at the start of her second. But by the time the birth came, she was remarkably calm.
"You've got to get the timing right!" she grins. "Josh will be up for a late feed, and I'll be up in the middle of the night!"
"I know so many people who have been put off having a second child because they're scared to go through the trauma again," explains Bronwyn. "But you don't know it's going to happen again, and you know if it does, you can deal with it. "For us, this time it didn't happen. And now look – we've got this little angel."