Remember Daegan Coyne, the body builder who received shedloads of criticism for having a baby bump that was ‘too small’?
Well, she’s just given birth to a baby girl who’s perfectly healthy at six pounds, 15 ounces.
Coyne, 30, gave birth to Harlyn on September 9 when she was almost 40 weeks pregnant, and her little girl is good and well at 51 centimetres long.
She posted her first photo of Harlyn on Instagram a couple of days ago, writing: “Just when I didn’t think my heart could get any fuller”.
She also put a photo of the three of them up, saying: “Our first family selfie. Two days old and little 50 loves the camera #CheekyMonkey #Harlyn #selfie”, along with another photo of Harlyn cuddling with husband Joseph.
Just days before Harlyn’s arrival, Coyne had posted a photo of herself with a super-pregnant belly, writing:
“Given my mums [sic] history of early babies, I assumed I would be taking after her but apparently not.
“Miss 50 appears quite cozy at the moment.”
She’s totally shown the baby-bump-haters who’s boss, too, as Coyne had to constantly battle criticism that her bump was unhealthily small during her pregnancy.
On another post a month ago, she described how she had been accused of being “way too small”, and reminded people that there is no “one size fits all” pregnancy.
“I have had pregnant friends called out for being ‘too big’, others ‘far too muscly’ and myself, the ‘you’re way too small’,” she wrote.
“Given I am yet to see one lady carry their pregnancy shape and size the same as another, I believe it’s safe to assume peeps that there is no ‘one size fits all’ pregnancy.”
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