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yes, i started at 4 weeks and will take pics every 2-3 weeks. i did this with DS, and i love the final collage pic i made (see below). i also did this with my loss, and while it only lasted 10 weeks, i'm glad i have those pictures (i popped early with that one, so i expect the same this time around). oh, and even though i'm only 6 lbs heavier than i was pre-pregnancy with DS, my belly is not as toned, so this time i'm wearing a tank instead of my bikini top!
I wish I had taken a body-conscious picture shortly before ever becoming pregnant the first time, and I wish I had also taken a picture very close to my due date. I believe I bit my husband's head off when he suggested a photo as I was in early to mid labor. I'm glad I have a cute picture from about 35 weeks.
This time, I feel like my body is already changed from my son. I'll probably take a few pictures, but nothing regular. I will try to be more open to a photo on the big day, too!
With my last pregnancy I started around 8 weeks and did them every 4 weeks. I will probably do the same with this baby. I am a bit fluffy and my tummy is stretched out from my 10 pound wonder so I already look a few months baked .
My tummy is also "fluffy." I'm 40lbs overweight I figured I would take some early anyways just to see if by some reason I lose weight from m/s that I could the changes. I didn't lose any with DD and had all day queasiness, which meant I had to eat about 200 calories of something every 2 hours. That was fun!