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Woman Reveals ‘Hilarious Comments’ She Gets About Her Giant Baby Bump

If you’re struggling with insecurities over pregnant bodies, this should restore your confidence.

Brooke Luney is expecting her sixth child and has so far garnered attention online due to her stomach’s insanely huge size. The 32-Year-Old from California has been documenting her pregnancy journey on TikTok, and as a result, people often comment about her huge bump. Many people still can’t believe she’s carrying only one baby, not twins or triplets. 

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The mom-of-five [soon to be six] at four-feet 11 inches blames her very huge bump on her short torso.

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And among the comments she has received, someone had joked that Luney’s baby was living in a loft with WiFi inside her baby. Another had written she’s carrying a whole adult in there.

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But she isn’t bothered by the comments and interestingly finds them pretty entertaining. In an interview with Today Parents, Luney revealed that most comments are from teenage boys, and she finds them hilarious, adding that they’re children and don’t know. Apart from the online trolls, Luney told Today she also gets a lot in person. 

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via tiktok.com/@brookesobasic

She attested strangers often approach her and ask if she’s having triplets or wonder she’s suffering from a medical condition like gestational diabetes, which can cause babies to grow larger than usual. But then, Luney wants people to know she and the baby are entirely normal and healthy. At 35 weeks’ checkup, she was told her unborn baby was due on March 2nd.

At the time, he measured right on track, six pounds, four ounces, which is smaller than one of her previous pregnancies. 

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In another interview with The Independent, she shared she hopes to spread her confidence and positive mindset to people struggling with insecurities over their pregnant bodies. She said: “I delete the hurtful comments. I don’t want to interact or see them. I’ll respond to the questions and hopefully my positivity will reach others. I’m hoping we can change the expectations society has for women.”

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via tiktok.com/@brookesobasic

The [comments] I love are those from women who’ve struggled with their pregnancy bodies. I’ve been told it’s uplifting, and they’re glad I’m staying positive.” 

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However, with Luney’s pregnancy, she was constantly referred to ultrasounds to ensure the baby wasn’t massive. Her first was estimated at just over 10 pounds, but he was under eight pounds at birth. Nonetheless, other comments from her followers include, “Does he pay taxes? And “Bro better start paying rent.” 

Here’re some of the comments about the size of Luney’s belly on her TikTok videos.

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