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Mum Explains How She Was Pregnant Every Year For 12 Years

Mum Explains How She Was Pregnant Every Year For 12 Years

Women are super heroes - fact!

A mum has revealed how she was pregnant every year for 12 years - and it's official, women are superheroes!

The video was shared on Instagram page @todayyearsold and followers can't stop gushing about how incredible the mum is.

You can watch the clip below:

Listing each year as every child walks by, the mum reveals how she was pregnant every year for a whopping 12 years, between 2000 and 2012.

With eight kids walking by, the mum also placed an angel emoji in between the years of 2003 and 2004.

And people are loving the video, with one person writing: "She looks amazing for having 8 kids! Good job mama!"

While another said: "She looks amazing."

And a third added: "BLESSED!!"

We're so impressed by this!

People were loving the video (

In other parenting news, we told you how people are debating their least favourite baby names.

On one forum on Mumsnet, parents are discussing their most disliked names - and some of these are so surprising.

One person wrote: "I would never name a child Mia = missing in action. Or Cameron, what if she marries a guy named Cameron and then she is called Cameron Cameron?"

"Olivia - beautiful but overused," said another.

People are debating their favourite baby names (

While a third added: "Matilda. I just think it’s a really ugly sounding word. Jordan, Jayden, Hayden, Kayden and Chantelle. Not me at all."

And a fourth said: "Anything [with] May Mai. Over used and a bit common."

A fifth simply listed: "Colin, Kevin, Keith, Dylan, Louise, May, Jennifer."

And another added: "Clementine, Ned, Alfie, Archie, Ted, Freddie."

We're so surprised at these!

In other news, we told you about the woman who revealed how she went into hospital with a suspected kidney infection and came out with a newborn baby.

Rachael Fogarty, who suffers from polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) - a hormone condition that can make getting pregnant more difficult - had no idea she was pregnant.

You can read more on that here.

Featured Image Credit: Instagram/@todayyearsold

Topics: Life, Parenting