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Perfectly peaceful, this baby girl floats in a sea of joyful pinks, her umbilical cord extending above her like a string of bubbles.
There's something infectiously happy about these triplets. Two are playing with their hands and feet, and the third almost looks like he’s smiling.
Contemplative and earthy, this painting shows a particularly thoughtful little one, comfortable in his little world.
These twins, cuddled up against each other, remind us that the closeness they’ll have their whole lives began here, in the womb.
A view from above shows a baby floating in a starry sea, dreaming peacefully.
Little Scott sucks his thumb, waiting patiently to meet his family.
The script here reads, “No one else will ever know the strength of my love for you. After all, you're the only one who knows what my heart sounds like from the inside.”
You can just tell that life with these twins is going to be an explosion of energy and love.
Like the sunrise after a long night, this painting captures the parents’ joyful anticipation to meet their baby.
Titled “Our Connection,” this painting focus on the temporary but irreplaceable bond that mother and baby share through these months of pregnancy.
Stars on an inky blue backdrop portray the profound sense of the mystery of pregnancy, which mothers everywhere know so well.
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