13
Aug

Since four of our staffers are expecting little ones at the same time, the office has been abuzz with baby talk lately! While chatting about all the ways women can celebrate their growing tummies, we got on the topic of  belly casting. From artful wall hangings and nursery decor to a hands-on activity presented at baby showers, belly casting has become a popular way for women to celebrate their nine months of pregnancy. What’s your take on it?

Would you create a belly cast keepsake? Do you think belly casts are artful or peculiar? If you’re not a fan of belly casting, what other ways would you suggest preserving the memory of your growing tummy? You tell us!

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  1. Kristy says:

    Nope. I have always thought they are kind of creepy. Plus it sounds to me like one more thing to store in my already tiny house…take a picture instead. :) I love those “photo booth” kind of pictures with a progression of belly shots throughout the pregnancy. I have one of those for each of my kids in their baby books.

  2. Old Mommy says:

    Nope–I don’t need to remember my growing belly–I have stretch marks to remind me. I think belly casts are a bit creepy.

  3. Rachel says:

    In my opinion i would definately do one for a keepsake! Plus it doesnt hurt that you can decorate it or paint it or do whatever kind of art to it that you want…..ya, sure, you can take pictures, but whats better than your little bundle of joy knowing that was his/her own special space once upon a time! Havent you people ever heard the saying ” a moment in my tummy, a lifetime in my heart”, well this just gives it a little more meaning. People are always so negative about what they dont know. Laugh out loud….”creepy” NO “heartless” is what i say!

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