DIY an adorable banner to display how far along you are. Simply replace the numeral for each photo session. After the baby is born, replace the number with a monogram, and keep the banner as a memento for the nursery.
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It's pretty easy to see the changes you're going through, so why not conduct a countdown of your cravings? Your palate is bound to switch directions through the next nine months. Use a chalkboard alongside your belly to document each food obsession.
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Use your baby bump update as a chance to journal about the notable events of the past week. If you just had your first ultrasound or felt the first kick, jot it down in chalk for your closeup.
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Keep it the same to show off the difference. Choose a very stretchy dress or top at the beginning of your pregnancy, and wear it for each photo. See your changing shape in the same outfit makes the evolution even more obvious and striking.
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Almost every pregnancy tracker or baby book will relate the size of your baby to an eggplant, pumpkin, or melon as it grown. It's a simple, relatable way to get a concrete idea of your baby's size. Capitalize on that idea with a fruit- and veggie-centric photo shoot each week.
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You can get festive, without a ton of artistic skills. Add simple props, party hats, or seasonal gear to a simple stretchy dress and solid backdrop to spice up each photo as your belly grows.
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Take this opportunity to track the growth and changes of all your babies. Include your kids in your monthly bump shoots to show their different hairstyles, lost teeth, and other progressions while they countdown to baby with you.
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Have fun with filters! Show your mood, whether it's exuberant, introspective, or exhausted. Then add a colorful filter to showcase your emotions.
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If you've got fingers, you've got the entire toolkit to pull off this pregnancy bump countdown. Strike the same pose each week, and put up your digits to show how far along you are in your pregnancy.
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Snap shots just once a trimester to showcase a more dramatic baby bump progression.
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A silhouette photo series makes a striking statement. With all detail of the clothes, face, and hair stripped away, your changing belly takes center stage.
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Don't forget to show off your new baby in those weekly progression pics. Hold your one-week-old near your belly to show how that little cutie used to be nestled inside.
Inject a little humor into your baby bump photoshoots with an air pump and a forgiving outfit that will fit throughout your pregnancy.
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Wreath it up! Show off your stomach with festive, seasonal wreaths decorating your doorway.
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'Cause you know you're all about that bump, bout that bump, no trouble. You may not feel like getting "photo ready" for weeks, if not months during your pregnancy. Capture just your bump in floor shots.
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