Show Off Your Shot

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I just came across this link-up tonight, at and then, she snapped, and couldn't resist the urge to show off a shot I took this week!

I did a photo shoot with my sister, Katie, and her family, while they wait for the arrival of the third child, currently called “OMeGa” (My money's on a another girl, but who knows?!?! Darn these Team Green people! LOL)
I'm really happy with how most of the shots came out, but I especially love this one!

and then, she {snapped}

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7 Comments

  1. thanks so much for showing off your shot. what a great family photo. but yeah, I don't "get" why people like to be surprised!

  2. Our first's gender was a surprise. After that, my engineer husband said he had to know for planning and problem-solving purposes, not to mention his sanity. How could I argue?? Love the pure happiness you captured in this shot.

  3. Lizz's Sister, Katie, here.

    We don't find out for a number of reasons.

    1) Having my husband tell me that we have a daughter (so far…) instead of some random ultrasound tech is awesome.

    2) When we "sign up" for a pregnancy, we don't get to choose the gender. God does that. Knowing at 20 weeks or 40 weeks doesn't change that fact, but Reason #1 makes it nicer to hear.

    3) I'm a "planner", and really, babies need love, diapers, and boobie milk. I've got all of that and more. Planning Done.

    4) My husband and I both like surprises and the gender of a child is the ONLY (I challenge you to come up with another one as happy as that one!) surprise two people in a couple can enjoy without the other having had a hand in it.

    And thanks, Bib, for my pictures. I love them and love you even more.

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