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This Underwater Rainbow Baby Maternity Photo Is Going to Take Your Breath Away

About a year ago, Teresa Creech was called by the local hospital to photograph a premature baby who was in poor condition and would not survive. The somber shoot, which also featured the baby's parents, Siggy and Mariela, and their 6- and 8-year-old children, stuck with Creech over the course of the year. She decided to reach out to the couple on Facebook to say hello, when she was given the exciting news that they were 30 weeks pregnant.
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