Fitness blogger hits back at shamers calling her baby bump 'too small'

Sarah Stage
“Positive vibes only” [Photo: Sarah Stage/Instagram]

Baby bumps come in all shapes and sizes.

But the internet is a cruel place, and when one fitness blogger and mum decided to share a photo of her growing belly online, found herself facing lots of negative comments.

Saying everything from “you should go to the doctor” to “where the hell is the baby”, the general public evidently found Sarah Stage’s bump “too small”.

But she hasn’t let this get her down, and is defiantly continuing to share photos of herself online.

Positive vibes only ☺️ #unbothered metallic bikini from @londonbeachswim #6monthspregnant #26weeks

A post shared by MY FITNESS EBOOK AVAIL NOW (@sarahstage) on Jul 17, 2017 at 12:02pm PDT

“Positive vibes only #unbothered,” she said in a short-but-sweet post on 18 July with a photo of herself in a pink metallic bikini.

Though the haters are still persisting with this whole ‘where’s the baby?’ thing:

“Where that baby at?” said one commenter, while another wrote “I just don’t understand where the baby is…”

But others have rushed to her defence:

“I’m not sure why people are questioning your pregnancy,” wrote one person under the image.

“Clearly you can tell you are you just have very strong abs. You look amazing.”

Importantly, Stage hasn’t shyed away from social media as a result, and has been happily posting on Instagram regardless.

Including – wait for it – an ultrasound.

“Doctors appointment went great today,” she wrote earlier today.

“Baby is weighing a little over 2lbs with a strong heartbeat and huge hands lol.

“Thanks for all of the well wishes.”

Hopefully that’ll answer those asking ‘where the baby is’.

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