TikToker shares viewers' hilarious responses to her pregnancy bump
"Someone told me my belly is so big my baby is living in a loft and already has WiFI."
Pregnancy bumps can come in all shapes and sizes, and one woman who is showcasing this reality is Brooke Luney.
Brooke has been documenting her experience on TikTok and her videos have been gaining traction due to her particularly large baby bump.
The Californian content creator is expecting her sixth child soon, and spoke to TODAY Parents about some of her viewers' reactions to her bump.
Explaining that she's always "carried very big", Brooke shared that because she herself has a short torso and measures 4-foot-11 in height, her pregnancy bump looks extra large.
@brookesobasic Joking, he can take his time! I just can’t wait to meet my baby. #pastdue ♬ GTFO - Mariah Carey
She told the news station: "Strangers will stop me in a store wanting to know if I'm expecting triplets."
Brooke explained that she is having a "healthy, uncomplicated pregnancy", and that she's not experience gestational diabetes, or any amniotic fluid related conditions.
She simply just has a big bump, which in most cases, is "completely healthy," according to Flo.
On TikTok, Brooke says that she's been enjoying her viewers' responses to her bump.
@brookesobasic Thank you ? #pregnancy #bigbelly #marchbaby2022 #mamatok #healthybaby ♬ Heat Waves - Glass Animals
She told TODAY: "Lots of them are from teenage boys and I find them hilarious. They're kids and they don't know."
In one now viral TikTok, Brooke cradles her baby bump as her caption explains a recent interaction she had.
It reads: "Someone told me my belly is so big my baby is living in a loft and already has WiFI."
She then added her own perspective, writing: "Nothing but the best for my babies."
@brookesobasic Was your ultrasound weight accurate? #pregnancy #stillpregnant #babywatch #baby2022 ♬ original sound - Austin Bazar
In another video, she shows off her bump over audio of Donald Trump saying: "It may get bigger. It may get a little bit bigger, it may not get bigger at all. But we'll see what happens, but regardless of what happens we're totally prepared."