I couldn’t hide my pregnancy if I wanted to as I was massive at five weeks – then I found out why

IT'S considered fairly normal to wait until 12 weeks to announce a pregnancy.

But one woman didn't have much of a choice, after she started showing at just five weeks.

Kallie DeAnn shared a snap of herself from the early days of her pregnancy in a video on TikTok, as she wrote over the top: "Me wondering why my stomach is so big at five weeks pregnant."

She then showed a picture of her newborn twins, and added in the caption: "SURPRISE SHAWTY!"

Kallie was just 19 when she fell pregnant with twins, and gave birth at 28 weeks.

She also shared a time lapse video showing off her changing bump – up until she welcomed her boys Kayson and Kenson into the world.

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While they were tiny at birth, the boys are now strapping two-year-olds.

In another video on her TikTok page, Kallie wondered: "First time mom of multiples question.

"Do you ever wonder how it feels to only have one kid? Or am I the only one that thinks it’s crazy we will never experience that lol."

"I think about this all the time," someone commented on her video.

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To which Kallie replied: "Every time I see a mama with only 1 kid in public I’m just like wowww."

"I think it’s not real fun to only have 1 child, the child must be bored as hell," another person added.

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With Kallie responding: "I’ve thought about that too! When I watch my kids play I’m so thankful they have each other."

But someone else admitted: "I've never thought about that."

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