The video shows when the pregnancy began only as a bump at two and three months and follows its growth transformation through five and six months when it accelerates and gets really big at seven and eight months.
A scan of the pregnancy at 4 months revealed the expected baby is a girl.
After Emma was born, Tomer spent a month assembling the images into a stop-motion video that told the entire story of nine months in just four minutes.
The video posted to YouTube in July, under the user name BachiRules
, has received over 300,000 views. Encouraged by its success, Osher and Tomer have continued the photography project in a new blog, babyRules.me
The video includes a cartoon sequence in which Osher appears to be dreaming about chocolates falling from trees.
The sequence sets the different stages of pregnancy side-by-side in a single frame that compares the early stages of the pregnancy to the late stages.
points out, this is not the first pregnancy stop-motion/time-lapse video posted online. Digital Journal
reported in March, a similar project a couple posted to YouTube. The video summarized the entire nine-month period of the woman's pregnancy in 90 seconds.
The Grencels' project, however, includes new ideas such as showing different stages of pregnancy on the same frame