- A young mother recently headed online to share a heartwarming post about her really big baby
- In a TikTok clip, the mother of two shares that her second baby weighed a whopping 6.6kg and needed two doctors to help deliver him
- The proud momma also shared some snaps of her big baby that generated a number of comments from blown-away TikTokkers
A New Zealand mother with the TikTok handle @Shans1588 recently headed to the app to share a clip in which she speaks about her birth story. According to the proud mom, she went into labour at just over 38 weeks.
In the clip, she explains that she had her second son via C-section. She then goes on to say how her baby had to be delivered by not one but two doctors because the little one came in at a whopping 14.06 pounds, which is 6.6kg.
"I gave birth to a toddler," she jokes.
The mom of two then shares that the little one had spent a total of 11 days in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) where not only was he the largest baby of the bunch, but they duidn't even keep his nappy size in stock.
TikTok users obviously loved to see it and liked the clip an astounding 8.4 million times. Many of them also shared their thoughts about the post.
"He drove himself to work straight from the hospital."
"That boy got Titan blood in him."
"Bruh, I wasn't expecting this."
In other interesting Briefly News reports, being pregnant is rarely a walk in the park but every moment - even those particularly difficult ones - is beautiful. A young expecting woman recently headed online to celebrate her bun in the oven with a snap of herself looking all sorts of stunning.
The young lady with the Twitter handle, @zeehlatshwayo_ took to Twitter to share the snap of herself wearing a soft pink dress with her hair tied up in a big bun. In the caption, she expresses just how happy she was to be expecting the little one.
"I have prayed for you, hoped for you, and tried for, and now you on your way. I can’t wait to meet you," she wrote in the caption of the post.
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