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Great Pro-life Pregnancy Ticker

First, I am not pregnant! Just want to get that out there before anyone asks. But, I have been spending time reading blogs and forums for pregnant runners . . . did you know that you can run a marathon while pregnant?!?!? And yes, I am addicted to running!

Anyways, back to the purpose of this post. Through my reading, I have found this pregnancy ticker by Prenology and thought it was amazing. If you scroll down on the Prenology website , you can see the images that show up on the pregnancy ticker. What I like about it, is that most of the images are real!

Here is an example:



* To clarify: The group is NOT a pro-life group that makes this ticker. I just called it pro-life because the images are so beautiful, that it is clear that it is LIFE!

Comments

  1. Thanks Katie! I just added it to our blog :)

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  2. a. love the ticker!

    b. yes, my husband is a Brother of the Eternal Song and we both went to FUS. I'm guessing you did too:)
    What year did you graduate?

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  3. I started training while pregnant and ran one while nursing.

    Did you know your toenails fall off if you run that much? I had no idea.

    Thanks for commenting on my blog. I look forward to reading more of yours.

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  4. Yet another reason to have Baby #5 ;)

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  5. Did you say you are pregnant! How wonderful!!! Maybe you need to kick your addiction before having the baby :)

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  6. Hey Anon-
    If you are who I think you are, you of all people should know:
    1) I am not pregnant
    2) The addiction will continue and I will be happier for it!

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  7. How can you not know who Anon is?

    I am the voice of all people...

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  8. Hey Katie,
    I love that ticker. I used it during my pregnancy with Santiago on my signature for my message boards on What to Expect.com. You're right....it has great pictures....that's why I loved it!
    Melissa

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