News.com.au - Eliza Curby fell pregnant with twins six weeks after giving birth

In January she had their first child Charlie. Six weeks later she found out she was pregnant again — with identical twins — and in December, baby boys Jack and Wolfe entered the world.

Kidspot - I gave birth to three babies in 12 months

Becoming a mother for the first time is a huge event in any woman’s life. The lead up is a time filled with excitement, love, joy, anticipation and the anxiety around the question ‘will I be able to do this?’

Interview with Sunrise February 2017

Babycenter - OMG: This mom got pregnant with twins 6 weeks after having her first baby

Sydney, Australia-based mom Eliza Curby is a supermom. Because she gave birth to three babies in just one year, but didn’t have triplets. How is this possible? The 27-year-old learned she was pregnant with twins — brace yourselves — 6 weeks after the birth of her daughter Charlie.

Essentialbaby - Confessions of an exhausted mum: 'I'm so tired I ...'

It’s no secret – us mums are tired. Hell, many of us haven’t slept longer than four hours for months – even years – on end. We are living in a sleepless haze of baby brain, a condition that does not cease once you have your baby.

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Woman’s Day spread March 2017

Dailymail - I tried to collapse my pram with my baby still in it': Mother of three kids starts contest for best 'tired mum' story - and accidentally offers a $1500 prize because SHE was so sleepy

A mummy blogger who was launched into the spotlight after revealing she became pregnant with twins just six weeks after giving birth to her first child has revealed she is exhausted and invited other ‘tired mums’ to share their stories.

Dailytelegraph - Village Park in Mona Vale to receive $140,000 upgrade

A $140,000 upgrade of an “unkempt” children’s playground in Mona Vale has been welcomed by northern beaches mums. Led by Bayview mother-of-three Eliza Curby, the mums had been appealing to Northern Beaches Council to clean up Village Park for two years — to “no avail”.