Maria Jordstad from Norway gave birth to her triplets, Iben, Anges and Filip just four weeks ago.
Maria Jordstad from Norway gave birth to her triplets, Iben, Anges and Filip, just four weeks ago, after sharing her pregnancy journey on Instagram.
The mum, who also has a two-year-old son called Mikael, went viral after sharing her last “belly picture” on her Instagram account, Triplets of Copenhagen
The mum-of-four has never been one to shy away from being honest about all aspects of pregnancy
, and her latest post is no different.
Taking to social media, the blogger, who married her husband, Anders, just a few short months ago, uploaded a photo of her postpartum body.
However, rather than show off this perfect, unattainable figure that tends to flood our feeds these days, the 36-year-old kept things real.
Admitting that it was a hard photo to share, Maria, wrote: “4 weeks after the birth of my triplets. I still have a weird looking hanging belly, and I am a bit surprised it has not gotten smaller since my last picture three weeks ago."
"Kind of disappointing I must admit, and I am not too happy to share this picture [sic]."
In fact, the mum admitted to purchasing some belly bands and confessed that she was excited to try them on.
“I’ve been waiting for some belly bands that were shipped from the US several weeks ago, and they will finally arrive tomorrow. Can’t wait to try them on and see if they have any effect!”
However, followers of the new mum were quick to praise her for being so honest, and thanked her for sharing the photo.
“Thank you for sharing! My daughter is almost 1 year old and I'm still working on the last pregnancy kilo's... It is frustrating to see a baby bump, without being pregnant, or getting congrats for being pregnant again," wrote one.
"Our girl is the best gift, but my body back in shape will also be a good gift. Love from a Dutch/Norwegian girl."
Another said: "You are beautiful and full of strength to show what your body has been through to bring three beautiful helpless beings into the world. I'm sure that there have been hard days and more to come dealing with sleep deprivation and raising 3 infants. Love and positive energy being sent your way!"
As usual, however, Maria didn’t focus solely on the negative.
No, the mum admitted that she was starting to feel herself, explaining that her C-section scar no longer hurts.
On the positive side the c-section scar doesn’t hurt anymore, and in the last two days I’ve almost felt like myself again!
Well, we think Maria looks incredible, "hanging belly" or not.