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In my last post, this dreamy little boy stole the show.  Our shoot was actually to remember the time just before he gets to meet his baby brother or sister who will be arriving next month soI’ve added a part II to his first post.   When I first arrived I was introduced to his duck family — such a fun way to introduce the idea of one more joining their family.  Daddy Duck, Mommy Duck, Big Brother Duck and Baby Duck.   His mom and I chatted and chatted and chatted during their shoot and had such a fun, relaxed morning.  She told me about her dear grandmother who passed away many years ago but knit her baby sweaters.  Isn’t that the sweetest?   As she doesn’t know if their baby is a boy or girl we put out all three coloured sweaters to create an image that celebrates the generations of her family.    Shauna is a certified celebrant and I can just imagine how she would make you feel overjoyed as you celebrate your marriage and feel comforted on the opposite end of the spectrum as you celebrate the life of a loved one.  She has such a beautiful way of stringing her words and thoughts together.  The amount of love and compassion this lady has is truly inspiring and  I am already looking forward to seeing  her and her hubby wrap even more love around their new little one!  

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  1. Audrey January 28, 2011 Reply

    ohhhhhh Shauna you look so gorgeous!!!!

  2. Amber January 28, 2011 Reply

    These are all amazing photos!!!! You look great...as usual!!

  3. arleneatavalon January 28, 2011 Reply


  4. Great Auntie Shirley January 28, 2011 Reply

    A very photogenic Mom with a wonderful smile! We're all looking forward to a new baby. And seeing if gabriel has a brother or a sister!

  5. Kerrie January 28, 2011 Reply

    You look beautiful . . . happy and content!

  6. Patty LeRoux January 29, 2011 Reply

    beautiful Shauna - truly a wonderful gift to have such amazing photos. You are beautiful inside and out

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