Just ask Arizona photographer Lizzy McMillan, who's making waves with a cool time-lapse video that gives viewers a behind-the-scenes look at how she shot photos of a maternity milk dress. She needed a model. So the brave mom-to-be posed in nude undergarments against a solid backdrop as McMillan's assistant threw six gallons of whole milk mixed with heated water across her body while the photog snapped away. And the finished images at the end of the slideshow are the final result of layering six to 10 images of the milk hitting the model's body in Photoshop.
Find out about the stages of fetal development from start to finish. Having a baby is an amazing journey filled with fascinating developments and important milestones, starting from the moment that the egg is fertilized and ending with a brand new bundle of joy. But what, exactly, is going on in there? Join us as we take a closer look at what to expect from insemination to implantation to fetal development to childbirth. When an egg is released by one of the ovaries and is penetrated by a sperm cell, insemination has taken place and conception begins. The fertilized egg, now called a zygote, will have a full set of 46 chromosomes and the ability to become a whole new human being. Implantation of the Fertilized Egg After insemination, the zygote takes about five days to travel down the fallopian tube into the uterus, which now becomes the womb.