Creative Ways to Take Weekly Bump Photos
March 2, 2017
The Chalkboard Shot
Angela marks each week on a tiny chalkboard — and she even wears the same dress for every photo. Submitted by Angela P.
Take Seasonal and Holiday Photos
This one never gets old — and this mom-to-be made sure it was a memorable one! We love how she even dressed up her bump! Submitted by Shelly C.
Pose With What's Around You
And the award for most innovative Bump Photo goes to… Submitted by Natalie J.
Past and Present Photos
This is such a sweet idea: pose with a picture of your mom pregnant with you and put it side-by-side with your bump photos. If it’s not already a tradition in your family, it’s never too late to start! Submitted by Ivy P.
Ready to Pop!
We are LOVING this idea! If you’re not a gum chewer, use a balloon instead. It’s an adorable and fun way to announce baby’s (almost!) arrival. Submitted by Amy P.
The Sibling Shot
Add your baby’s big sibling to the photo for a super-cute touch! From MomTog.com
The Picture Frame Shot
We love Lisa’s pink bow — and the simple frame telling us what week she’s on. Submitted by Lisa M. Photo by Carah K Photography of Michigan
The Due Date Shot
Another sweet idea? Put baby’s due date in the photo. By Ashley G via Pinterest
The Door Shot
Use a door as a marker, and the grooves can be a guide to show how far your belly stretches! Submitted by Kira G.
The Evolving Bump Shot
A photo timeline of baby’s bump is a fun idea — plus, mom holding baby at the end is too cute. Submitted by Irachelle80
Posing With Your Partner
This is an adorable way to keep your partner feeling involved all throughout your pregnancy. Plus, who doesn’t want to tell if dad-to-be gained some sympathy pounds?! Submitted by Barna T.
Show Off Your Size!
For your family, friends and (eventually) baby, knowing how big you are at each week is hard. Pose with a fruit to make it simple (and cute!). Added bonus? You’ve got a healthy snack on hand! Submitted by Hope B.
Show Off Baby's Accomplishments
Just because baby’s in utero doesn’t mean he or she is not working hard! Every week you can catalouge baby’s growth and development — even before birth. Submitted by Amanda L.
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