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My maternity shoot with Burke

Two of my sweet girlfriends Kate Harrison and Tania Lezak came to visit back at the first of April. It was so good to see them and have some girl time. We decided to get out and take some pictures. I am not big on having pictures of myself but I absolutely LOVE what they got. They are so fun and so me. The silly Sarah that I usually am :) I have had these for ever. I was 26 weeks at the time and now I am 32 weeks. Crazy how fast time is going by. Be sure to check out the video they put together at the end. I would press play then pause and let it load before watching it.

Happy Friday everyone.

- Sarah


  1. Just beautiful! I want those jeans you have on are they maternity, I need a pair :) your rocking pregnancy

  2. Sarah, you are the most adorable pregnant chick I've ever seen! Looks like you had so much fun with this shoot! You are going to be a superfun and awesome Mommy! Burke is so lucky!

    Hope to see you soon!


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