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Woman captures moment her baby bump 'dropped'

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Woman captures moment her baby bump 'dropped'

Featured Image Credit: TikTok/@weirdjaime

A mum-to-be left her followers shocked when she managed to capture the moment her baby bump 'dropped' on camera during an intense gym session.

TikToker Jaime (@weirdjaime) now has a nearly ten-month old baby boy, and posts regularly about him on the popular video platform.

But while filming herself doing a kettlebell workout at 38 weeks pregnant, her baby belly 'dropped', stopping her in her tracks.

Sharing the video to her account, Jaime confessed in the caption that she "almost peed [her]self" when it went down. Watch the video here:

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Since the video was uploaded in April 2022, it has been viewed more than 5.5 million times, received over 550,000 likes and close to 2,000 comments.

After clearly seeing Jaime's baby belly 'drop' mid-workout, the people of TikTok took to the comments section to discuss the phenomenon.

"I mean that’s one way to induce labour!" joked one follower.

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"Lol baby is like that’s it i have had enough!" commented a second while another amused viewer added: "He’s like mom chill I’m trying to nap in here."

Many TikTok users were amazed that they could see Jaime's baby bump drop so clearly on camera.

TikTok viewers were shocked by the sudden drop. Credit: TikTok/@weirdjaime
TikTok viewers were shocked by the sudden drop. Credit: TikTok/@weirdjaime

"Oh wow!! I saw baby drop from here!!!" wrote an amazed viewer.

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"GIRL YOU EVICTED THEM!" laughed another.

Typically, a baby bump 'dropping' is an indicator that the body is getting ready for labour in the near future, hence why so many other expecting mums were shocked that Jaime was able to take part in such a high intensity workout in the first place.

One pregnant viewer wrote: "Meanwhile I’m 35 weeks and can barely walk through the grocery store."

Meanwhile, another joked: "I’m 4 weeks and afraid to move the wrong way."

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Other pregnant women were impressed Jaime could even make it to the gym. Credit: TikTok/@weirdjaime
Other pregnant women were impressed Jaime could even make it to the gym. Credit: TikTok/@weirdjaime

And another remarked: "Honestly you're amazing! I wish I could do that. 31 weeks and just rolling over in bed my ligaments feel like they're tearing."

It was only a matter of weeks after that viral video that Jaime get birth to her son, as she welcomed the little chap on 18 April 2022.

If you are one of Jaime's 13,000 followers, you will have seen the little boy grow up in the past 10 months, with an adorable video of him clapping his hands for the first time recently.

Topics: Parenting, TikTok

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