Her body went through the wringer, but mummy blogger Eliza Curby is now ready for summer.
Before children, Eliza Curby weighted a svelte, 55kgs and wouldn't have dreamed of leaving home unless her hair was blow-dried, her skin glowed and her outfit was on point.
'It sounds completely shallow, but I liked to wear nice things - I liked to wear make-up,' she explains to New Idea.
Fast forward 18 months and Eliza - who by then had newborn twins and a toddler with her partner Ben Cooper - was unrecognisable.
The frazzled mum was sleep deprived, had dark circles under her eyes and her hair was thrown into a messy bun.
'I was up every three hours feeding the twins. If I wasn't breastfeeding, I was pumping,' recalls the 28-year-old mum from Sydney's northern beaches.
'Even if the babies would sleep for five hours in the night, I'd still have to get up and pump. I didn't have time to brush my teeth, because as soon as I put the babies into bed, I just needed to collapse into bed myself.'
During her pregnancy with identical twin boys Jack and Wolfe - conceived just three months after her daughter Charlie was born - the mum-of-three's previously small figure grew to 90kg.
'I just ate whatever my body felt like it wanted,' she explains.
And after surgeons delivered her beautiful boys via an emergency caesarean on Christmas Eve 2016, it was all hands on deck to look after the little ones.
Keeping up with three little ones wasn't easy and Eliza lived off Vegemite on toast, pasta, cereal and bananas - anything she could grab from the kitchen in a hurry.
It was once Eliza embraced her new regimen, the kilos quickly started to melt away - despite not having any time for the gym.
'I think running around after three babies might be exercise enough. I don't sit down!' she admits, laughing.
The mum is now down to 60kg and feeling fabulous about her body. She's even back into her favourite jeans!
Though some women can feel self-conscious about their mummy tummy, Eliza has embraced hers because she is proud of everything her body has achieved in such a short time, and she encourages others to feel the same.
For the full story, see this weeks issue of New Idea.