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Mom Pregnant With Triplets Shows HUGE Baby Bump In Viral Video





While undeniably exciting, welcoming a new baby in the family can be a bit overwhelming, too. Sure, its an indescribable delight to witness the first smile and the first giggle but ask any parent and they’ll tell you that its not all fun and rainbows.

For once? having a newborn means getting puked on, changing diapers every minute or two, and, of course, sleepless nights, among many others. With that in mind, its actually pretty easy to imagine the joys (and challenges) awaiting this woman and her husband.

36-year-old Maria is currently pregnant – with triplets!

Now in her 34th week of pregnancy, Maria has been documenting her unique experience and she’s become a social media sensation for it.

Her Instagram account ‘Triplets of Copenhagen’ now has more than a hundred thousand followers.

Recently, she shared a short video that immediately went viral online.

The said footage shows her huge bump and the movements of her babies, plus yes, we notice the music of Radiohead (“Karma Police”) playing in the background.

Watch the video here:

Maria and her husband have one child, a 2-year-old boy.

Quite obviously, the dynamics in their home will change pretty soon with the arrival of the triplets.

According to a Unilad article, the triplets will be born by c-section since the doctors have warned that “a natural birth would be too risky.”

For those interested, you can follow Maria over at Instagram.

Meanwhile, the NHS website encourages pregnant mothers giving birth to twins or more to prepare ahead of time.

It reads:

“It’s a good idea to discuss your birth options with your midwife or consultant early on in your pregnancy.

“You’ll normally be advised to give birth in a hospital as there’s a higher chance of complications with twins.

“There are usually more health professionals at a multiple birth – for example, there may be two midwives, an obstetrician and two paediatricians (one for each baby). You will already have met your obstetrician and midwives to discuss your baby’s birth beforehand, so they won’t all be strangers.”

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