September 25, 2012

Won’t be long anymore…

portraits

We’re eagerly awaiting our little daughter. Sigrid thought that this belly had to be documented for the history books. So outside we went to take some portraits. That hedge of cinnamon roses seemed to suit the purpose well.

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