triplets. “There is an emptiness in my belly, but my heart and my hands have never been so full of love and happiness,” she wrote on Instagram. “My boys are amazing. That’s about how I can sum it up. It’s peaceful and we’re totally in love.”
In a post she shared 10 days after giving , Michella opened up about her post- body and admitted that although her belly has “shrunk significantly,” she still feels very uncomfortable. “It’s already shrunk significantly, but it’s heavy and incredibly painful,” she explained. “C-sᴇᴄᴛɪᴏɴs are not uncomfortable unless I have to cough, sneeze or (God forbid) throw up. But my bowels are rolling in this big belly, which is uncomfortable and ᴘᴀɪɴꜰᴜʟ. My uterus is just under the skin and is extremely sensitive – the slightest touch bothers me. And for the past few days, my stomach looks like a big black mark. It hurts even when I breathe.”
What is it like to raise 5 ren?
She also talked about the struggles of raising five ren at once. “Oh, you have no idea how much I’ve cried, how torn I’ve felt, how tired and how much I’ve given up over the last few days,” she shared on Instagram. “It is indescribably difficult to have two three-year-olds and three premature babies. Much harder than I had imagined.
My daughters are angry, incredibly bored and just plain unruly and rude. They miss us and certainly feel disappointed to some extent. And it’s completely understandable. So I am torn between two completely different sets of ren and two different needs. I want to go home to my girls, give them love and security. But I also want to give my boys the best start in life and myself the best start in breastfeeding. These cannot be done at the same time.”