My baby bump is so big people think it’s fake – the thought of giving birth is terrifying | The Sun

My baby bump is so big people think it’s fake – the thought of giving birth is terrifying | The Sun


BABY bumps come in all different shapes and sizes.

Some are very small whilst others grow extremely big, depending on the size of the woman and her growing child. 

But one expectant mother has taken to TikTok to reveal the size of her large bump, prompting many social media users to comment on its appearance, with many convinced it’s ‘fake’.

Kenzie Akiko Tibbitts, a Personal Trainer and Fitness Nutrition Specialist took to TikTok to show off her baby bump as she prepared to give birth. 

Kenzie showed followers her baby bump at 39 weeks pregnant and uploaded the video with the caption ‘Wish me luck baby is coming this week’.

The mum-to-be highlighted that she was nervous at the thought of giving birth due to the size of her bump.

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As a result of Kenzie's large bump, she was convinced that her baby was going to be the size of a "watermelon", leaving her anxious at how she was going to get it out.

She said: “POV: You realise you are having a baby the size of a small watermelon in a couple days and know your whohaa is definitely not that big.” 

Kenzie gave TikTokers a view of her bump from the front and from the side, whilst a trending audio played.

The expectant mother looked down at her bump, looking shocked at the size of it, as the audio said: “Oh s**t”. 

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Kenzie’s video has clearly reached many, as it has racked up a whopping 306.1k views. 

The comment section was full of a variety of different responses – many wished Kenzie good luck with the birth, but others were shocked at the size of Kenzie’s bump, with some even convinced her bump was fake.

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One person said: “It's ok they squish so it's not like a full on watermelon I promise.”

Another added: “Good luck.” 

A third commented: “That is going to leave a mark!”

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Another stated: “That is not real.”

Someone else observed: “What a big pregnant belly you have.”

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