Expecting Mother Astonishes with Massive Pregnancy Bump as Both Children Tip the Scales at Nearly 4 Kilograms at Birth

The internet is buzzing with the news of Eliana Rodriguez, a 29-year-old mother from Las Vegas, who recently gave birth to her second child. But what caught people’s attention was the size of her pregnancy bump, which was unusually large and prominent. Despite facing criticism and hurtful comments, Eliana remained positive and open throughout her pregnancy, sharing her joy with the world.

In a recent video that quickly went viral, Eliana responded to negative comments she received in person or online. She used Doja Cat‘s hit song Say So as the background music to answer rude questions and comments like “Why does your belly look like that?” or “That’s the worst pregnant belly I’ve ever seen.”

Throughout her pregnancy, Eliana responded to comments honestly and politely, saying she totally understands people’s curiosity. She explained that it was no surprise to her that she had a large and prominent belly, as she had experienced the same during her first pregnancy when she was expecting a daughter named Sofia.

However, some commentators were genuinely concerned about the woman’s health, as they thought that her unusually large belly could indicate a disorder called polyhydramnios. Although this condition is not very dangerous, it can lead to premature birth. Eliana said that the doctors did detect a lot of amniotic fluid, but not enough to cause concern.

Some users speculated that Eliana’s baby’s birth weight could exceed 4 and a half kilos, but her little boy was finally born at 3.7 kilos. Likewise, Eliana’s daughter was born weighing 3.8 kilos, which according to doctors is completely average.

Although Eliana’s confidence didn’t seem to be shaken by the negative comments, she admitted that she used to wonder why her belly was bigger than other pregnant women’s. “My doctors said it was normal because I’m only 150cm and have a shorter upper body,” she explained.

Despite managing to stay positive, she wished people would keep their hurtful comments to themselves. She also added that these comments can easily lead to negative thoughts, as women already feel more vulnerable during pregnancy.

“I know some people lack compassion, but I’m a woman of faith, and I feel really bad that people can make such hateful comments,” she said.

In the end, Eliana’s story is a testament to the strength and resilience of pregnant women in the face of criticism and negativity. She remained open and positive throughout her pregnancy, sharing her joy with the world and inspiring others to do the same.

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