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…what will you do with all the pictures and video you took?
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All you stay-at-home parents can probably relate – when Matt comes home at the end of the day, I have a sudden urge to talk his ear off and tell him everything that Ella (& I) did that day. Now, part of that is a desire to talk to an adult, but it’s really because I want him to stay connected to her everyday goings-on.
So, when a friend mentioned this idea to me recently, it struck a cord with me – and I thought some of you might want to give it a try, too. Read the rest of this entry »
Anyway, after we started get major traffic from digg.com and video.google.com (third most popular video on google on 8/9/2006), my good buddy, Drew Angeloff, convinced me I should make a little “The Making of” for folks that wanted a little more info.
I’m not sure when I first came up with the idea to take a sequence of photos to show the change the expectant mother’s body would go through during pregnancy, but I thought it would be cool to see something that normally happens relatively slowly in a compressed time frame…Maybe it was all the Wizard of Speed and Time videos my mom and dad used to play for me when I was kid. I know I had been thinking about it for a couple of years before Carlin got pregnant, though. Once the baby was on the way it was time to get cracking! Read the rest of this entry »
‘My stretching belly is really the 3rd most popular video on Google?!’
I mean, really, who ever thinks that their little home-movie project will be something that people really want to see, not just be subjected to when they’re over for dinner? When Matt showed me the many comments on digg.com, I just thought it was fun and cool. I certainly never expected that it would rise nearly to the top of Google Video, or that Inside Edition would be interested in airing a story about us!
After the fact was a little late to consider that so many people would be seeing the video, but luckily I’m not really bothered by my belly’s exposure. It’s so interesting to see what really happened to me over those 9 months, and to imagine a little baby getting bigger and bigger as those images go by. Hope you all enjoy it!
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