Wife’s “Watermelon Seed” Timelapse Is Cutest Pregnancy Video Ever!

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We have shared some incredible and heartwarming timelapse videos with you. Remember the time a dad recorded his kids running down the stairs on Christmas morning every year for 25 years? The timelapse he made from those clips touched our hearts. Then there was this French couple who made an amazing pregnancy timelapse while announcing they’re having twins at the same time! Now we have another heartwarming timelapse to share with you.

Like the latter of the aforementioned videos, this is a pregnancy timelapse, but it has the cutest twist! Set to the tune of “Down by the Bay,” this timelapse captures a mom’s pregnancy with her first daughter, a baby named Poppy. But it comes with a warning… “Eat watermelon seeds at your own risk!”

The video starts out with the new mom downing a quarter of a watermelon. As it turns out, she swallowed some seeds and now it seems she’s got a watermelon growing in her tummy!

Okay so it’s not a watermelon. Obviously it’s a little baby, but baby Poppy totally embraces the watermelon theme at the end of the video!You will just have to watch the adorable video below to see what we mean.

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