Mom pregnant with twins has perfect answer to ‘How far along are you?’: ‘It’s about time they pay some rent’

A mom expecting twins had the perfect answer for a common pregnancy question. 

Cavi Rogers documented her pregnancy on TikTok. The mother gave hilarious takes on what it was like carrying twins while running a household.

It seemed people always had something to say about Rogers’ large baby bump throughout her pregnancy. But the mom kept her sense of humor about the situation. 

“When people ask how far along are you in your pregnancy,” Rogers wrote in a TikTok caption

Then “Seasons of Love” from the Broadway musical Rent started to play. 

“Five hundred twenty-five thousand six hundred minutes,” the lyrics went as if answering the question. 

Rogers stood with her arms folded and her pregnancy bump protruding. The enormous bump spilled out of her shirt as the mother looked dazed and furious. She rolled her eyes and scoffed as if to suggest she was sick of being pregnant already. 

The video racked up 6.9 million views on TikTok. People were pretty stunned by her admirable bump. 

“A whole teenager in there,” someone joked

“That’s a soccer team in there,” another replied.

“As a twin that was eight pounds at birth, I think I owe my mother an apology,” a user commented

Rogers gave birth to two healthy babies on February 21, shortly after she posted the video. She documented the experience in a timelapse video

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