She also shared a photo of her postpartum belly 10 days after giving birth, saying it had "already become significantly smaller" but was "heavy and incredibly painful".
Mom Michella Meier-Morsi of Copenhagen, Denmark, gave birth to triplets last month. She recently went viral after she shared photos in which she had documented her baby bump and the changes her body went through while carrying Charles, Theodore, and Gabriel who were born on January 15, 2022.
As Michella neared her due date, not only was her tummy almost as big as her, it also turned purple from being bruised. Actually, Michelle went viral on TikTok after another person gave her bump international attention. "One more reason for people to respect all mothers," the video, which showed the expecting mother hoisting and holding her pregnant belly, was captioned.
According to the New Zealand Herald, Michella, just before giving birth, wrote on Instagram that she was in "extreme pain" and it felt "overwhelming" to know she would soon welcome triplets. “I honestly do not think my body can do much more either,” she continued. “I can barely get out of bed by myself eventually. And when I sit up to eat [...] my feet and legs start to sleep because my stomach stops the blood supply down there when it rests on its legs.”
She announced she gave birth to her sons via c-section, and went on to describe the process as the "wildest 36 hours".
"The birth went much better than feared – I got it bad along the way, but it was not nearly as bad as last time," the woman wrote. She also shared a photo of her postpartum belly 10 days after giving birth, saying it had "already become significantly smaller" but was "heavy and incredibly painful".
She also has two 3-year-old twin daughters Filippa and Ophelia with her husband, Mark, add Daily Mail. Apparently, her recent delivery was rather intimidating for Michella, given how she had a "bad" C-section in the past.
“I have been prepared for the fact that my blood pressure will probably plummet when I get the anesthetic applied because my stomach is so big,” she wrote. “That they will give me antiemetics in advance. That I will probably lose a lot of blood because the uterus is so big and that it is not certain that I will react better this time because they are not sure why I got it so bad last [time]."
The babies are finally back home, and the mom explained she was full of emotions when they went back as one big family. "I've had wet eyes more times today than I like to admit. The triplets have for many months been almost unreal - inside my stomach and then in the hospital. And now, 14 days after they are born, they are suddenly real. They have to go home, they have to be part of our everyday life and family - our big family."
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