By Alesandra Dubin
June 03, 2015
Tom Fletcher and Wife Giovanna Time-Lapse Pregnancy Video

While the time-lapse approach to pregnancy videos has been trending for some time, the latest entry has to be one of the best-rendered versions yet. In the video—which uses one photo from each day of pregnancy over 90 seconds—we see an expecting mama, standing in what appears to be an unadorned spare room. Her pregnancy is not yet visible in the form of a baby bump—but you know what's coming!

As the weeks go by, not only does her body transform, but so does the room: Little by little, piece by piece, the room becomes a charming nursery with a crib, changing table, shelving with toys, and a painted accent wall.

Along the way, we also see the couple proudly holding their ultrasound pis, and text over the video announces the baby-on-the-way is a boy! We also join the couple on their babymoon, and get a peek at all the loot mama brings home from a baby shower.

Finally, it's time for the big day. The expecting parents leave the room—with the dad-to-be coming back in to scoop up the hospital bag. Then the room goes dark and the couple's pups wait patiently for the new baby to come home. Eventually, the lights come on and in walk the new parents, beaming and cuddling their bundle.

The YouTube video has more than 200,000 views since May 31. Along with the post, dad wrote, "When I found out my wife was pregnant, I thought it would be a great opportunity to capture her growth via photography, but what I really started to notice was how things started to change around me. We had a lot of fun making it."

He also added this, to which any parent can relate: "The last nine months went by so fast. I hope this kid takes his time growing up."

See the sweetest new time-lapse vid for yourself!

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Alesandra Dubin is a new twin mom. She's also a Los Angeles-based writer and the founder of lifestyle blog Homebody in Motion. Follow her on Facebook, Instagram, Google+ and Twitter.