Trolls even insulted Lilliana by saying she was “making her baby uncomfortable” because of wearing “too tight of clothes” or high heels. “I’m pretty sure my baby is damn fine,” Lilliana clapped back. “I’m not doing anything to hurt my baby.”
It was “disappointing” and “scary” to Lilliana that some of these comments were coming from fellow moms.
“I know that they’ve emotionally felt what I felt, which is, ‘I don’t feel like myself anymore,'” she continued. “I’m trying to hang on to any element of who I was before this because I think it’s important. I think it’s going to make me a better mom, make me a better person. I think it makes me a better person. And when it’s coming from other moms and other women who have gone through this, you would think they would lead with empathy.”
Lilliana added, “I’m a person with feelings, but aside from that what’s most important to me is, I fought for six years for this. It took me six years to get this bump. This is mine and I’m going to honor it and show it off.”