Mommy, Where Do Babies Come From?: Pregnant Lady Gets Anatomical Bodypainting Of Developing Fetus

May 27, 2015

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These are a few pictures taken by Dutch photographer Leonie Versantvoort of a pregnant woman with an anatomical painting of a developing fetus on her belly (previously: Krang). The painting is not 100% anatomically accurate, but I feel like neither where the diagrams in my 8th grade biology book. Also, what's up with the telephone cord in there? I didn't know babies got in utero telephones. *ring ring* 'Hi mom! Just a heads up I'm about to shift real quick and make you pee and fart at the grocery store!' Corded phones though, seriously? This just goes to show what a slow process evolution is because babies don't already have cell phones in there.

Keep going for several more shots AND ACT MATURE. I did, and you know how hard that is for me.

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Thanks to Charlotte, who wants to get the same thing done except with a developing alien baby.

  • John Whatmeworry

    So when fathers do that talking to the foetus in the womb thing they are actually talking to the foetuses butt?

  • Leftwinged_Bandit

    it's either that or they talk to the mom's butt

  • The_Wretched

    The fetus is too big.

  • Lorraine Rock

    Ever seen a newborn 9lb baby? That's why childbirth is not for sissies!

  • The_Wretched

    yes, my son was nearly that heavy and he wasn't that large. The extra baby uterine growth & placental materials are overly reduced in the body painting.

  • Lorraine Rock

    True, but giving birth is still labor! LOL My daughter was 8lbs 13oz, and I swear her head was about that size. She was 21 inches long too., and she was 2 weeks early, so glad she didn't go to term!

  • abcdefgjklmnopqruvwxyz

    that's what she said

  • TheQiwiMan

    The fetus is always too big.

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