Osher And Tomer Grencel's Four-Minute, 1000 Photo Pregnancy Is YouTube Hit

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Most women probably wish they could get their nine months of pregnancy in four minutes - even if it would leave only a few seconds to decorate the nursery, but at least morning sickness is over in a millisecond.

Osher Grencel's pregnancy appears to be happening at the speed of light as husband Tomer took more than 1000 photographs of her in comfy tracksuit bottoms and a white crop top as her pregnant belly grows, morning sickness passes and cribs and prams bought.

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Osher Grencel and daughter Emma

A dream sequence sees Osher fantasising about a tree growing the jars of Nutella she craves during her pregnancy.

He used the pictures to document the experience expecting their first child by making a stop-motion video - beginning with their wedding photos and finally introducing their baby daughter Emma.

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The video has had more than 325,000 hits on YouTube, and has sparked a parenting blog, BabyRules.me.

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One of the pictures on the parenting blog

Tomer and Osher Grencel, who live in Tel Aviv, Israel, now post humorous pictures to their blog, from photoshopped ones of their daughter dreaming of Justin Bieber to pictures of the family wearing gas masks as their daughter goes through a bit of a "gassy" phase.

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Tomer Grencel speeds away with daughter Emma

Other photoshopped images include Osher painted to look like a cow as she nurses her daughter and Emma strapped to the back of her dad, as a "jet engine" as he shoots along on his bike.

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Osher Grencel's stop-motion shows 9-mth pregnancy in 1000 photos