I used to always hide my saggy belly and mom apron – now I rock them, I'm proud of the body that's birthed 8 kids | The Sun

EIGHT kids later, a super mom has finally been able to celebrate her body, saggy belly and all.

Whereas once she would hide her mom apron, these days it's a very different story.

She is proud of what her body has achieved, producing a brood of eight.

Covered in Roses (@coveredinroses), who has 19,000 followers, is far from the frazzled image of a busy mom.

She is the picture of calm in her household, surrounded by her kids.

On her TikTok she described herself as a: “Domestic engineer, birth-loving, crunchy momma to eight awesome kids."

Despite giving birth to eight healthy children, she still had doubts about how her body looked.

In her post, she wore a pair of denim shorts and tugged her T-shirt down to cover the area she was most self-conscious of.

“Always hiding my mom apron and saggy belly because I’m ashamed," she said.

But she has come to accept that her mom pouch is evidence of bringing eight children into the world and should be celebrated.

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To demonstrate her change in attitude, she tucked the shirt in showing off her tummy.

“Rocking the saggy belly and being proud of the body that has grown and birthed eight beautiful children," she said.

“Maybe it’s when you get to 33 and just don’t give a f**k," she mused.

And anyways, she said: “Fake it till you make it.”

Commenters were in awe and loved her stance.

“Learning to love the momma kangaroo pouch I have," admitted one fan.

Another said: “I love this. Eight beautiful humans. That’s something to celebrate and be proud of.”

She had given hope to one viewer: “You’re so inspiring. I can’t get there yet.”

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