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Creative Ways to Document Your Growing Baby Bump

Did you document your growing pregnant belly?

When I was pregnant with Princess R and looking down at my round belly bump I tried to remember if I was bigger this pregnancy or not. Weird that I had to try to remember because my older two children are only 14 months apart – but pregnancy goes fast! I realized I only had one photo of myself pregnant with Big P.  I didn’t really do much better with my pregnancy with Princess R either – I had maybe 5 photos.

With Babe E I did things a bit differently and took a photo every week in near the same pose. I didn’t take cute photos – just the belly but it was at least something (you can see my photos here). Next time – if I can convince the husband for a ‘next time,‘ I want to have really good maternity photos.

I have found a lot of inspiration! Click through for amazing photos documenting a growing belly

 


  • A Pregnancy Book 1 of 8
    A Pregnancy Book
  • Monthly Photos 2 of 8
    Monthly Photos
  • Count Up With Fingers 3 of 8
    Count Up With Fingers
  • Second Pregnancy 4 of 8
    Second Pregnancy
  • Interesting Monthly Facts 5 of 8
    Interesting Monthly Facts
  • Simple Counting Down 6 of 8
    Simple Counting Down
  • Full Month Updates 7 of 8
    Full Month Updates
  • Creative T-Shirt 8 of 8
    Creative T-Shirt

Click through the sources to see the full photos:
1. blog.hannamac.com 2. simplybloomphotography.com
3. themcclenahans.blogspot.com 4. momtog.com
5. littlebabygarvin.blogspot.com 6. sassytimes.blogspot.com
7. peanutgallery.adventuresofthestayathomemom.com 8. one-little-minute.com

Did you take photos of your growing belly or did you do the traditional photos near the end of your pregnancy?

all images used with permission

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