The best little sister has arrived!

March 26, 2019  •  1 Comment

I had the pleasure of meeting not one, but two baby girls over the weekend! The first newborn is a much-loved little sister and fits so perfectly in with a large family that loves her very much! Big sister was proud to tell me all about her, and was a total champ during the entire photo session. One of my favorite details was new matching Big & Lil Sis silver necklaces...Big Sis was already proudly wearing hers! Enjoy!

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I really need to intertwine another 'S'...Stroking. Baby children will irregularly fight rest. You can tell they are exhausted and their squinting breezes up being much more moderate at any rate they won't keep those eyes shut. Fragile, melodic stroking over their place of refuge or down the expansion of their nose can be good to encourage those little peepers to stay shut!
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