When I found out I was pregnant, I wanted to document it in a cute way. I didn’t want to just do the weekly pictures of the belly growth standing in the same spot wearing the same thing. I wanted to capture everything that goes along with being pregnant too (minus the gross stuff of course). My main goal though was to create a keepsake that my child would have fun reading when she’s older. I’m always asking my mom about how her pregnancy was with my brother and I and she can’t remember it all. So, if Mia is anything like her mommy (which I’m sure she will be), she will really appreciate having this to look back on.
As the belly grows, the book will grow, so check back to follow my journey into bellyhood
To purchase a template for this book click HERE.
It turns out that our gender mix up ended up being a fun part of Mia’s story. Something we will always remember for sure.
Inspiration for my book comes from Ryan Marshall’s documentation of his wife’s pregnancy. You can view it on his blog here: pacingthepanicroom