(Armands Alps/YouTube via Storyful) kgo Wednesday, January 04, 2017 08:33PM When the Alps family announced the arrival of baby number 2, they put together a cute time-lapse and even got their toddler in on the fun. The family, who lives in Latvia, worked together to make the cute stop-motion video over the course of the pregnancy. Time passes quickly as the mom's belly grows and the little girl plays around the room. They even go on a trip to the beach. The video ends with the family popping a balloon to reveal the new baby. This is not the first stop-motion pregnancy time-lapse video for the Alps family. They made a similar video for their first child in 2013 that now has almost 3 million views. Related Topics:
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