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LAMB: In eight short weeks our worlds are going to change. You are so, so excited about becoming a big sister. Whenever you see my huge, basketball-shaped naked belly you squeal "Baby Fofo (Theo)!" and run up to give him kisses. However, the reality of having a baby brother might come as a bit of shock to you. I worry about how you will adjust to your new role. I want to make sure that you still feel special, that you know you are (and always will be) loved far more than you could possibly fathom.

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  1. I remember those worries so well. It all worked out. We've had no jealousy and they love each other so much xx

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  2. I adore this so much!
    The photo, the words, the traces of lace all over her adorable belly.
    I have no doubt your children will be the best of friends.

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  3. Oh i wonder this. I am not pregnant and not planning on number 2 yet but how will precious number 1 handle it? And how on earth do you have even more love to share than is already here?! So many questions. Best of luck and gorgeous photo

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  4. It must be a hard concept for a little mind to get around. The fact that there is a baby in your belly that is going to 'pop' out one day! Your little one is beautiful and I'm sure she will be a perfect big sister. Melinda x

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  5. Oh I see myself in this position sometime in the next couple of years. I think about this even now because I adore the pants off my daughter. I'm sure it will be wonderful and all these worries will be put to bed :-)

    I love the shadow play in this photo :-)

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  6. I'm totally hooked. Your photos are fantastic. I have a sneaking suspicion this little girl of yours will always know she's special. Best of luck to you in the final leg of the journey :)

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  7. Ive been looking through your photos, I love your style. I started the 52 week project late, but so glad I did join in! I am loving finding all of these new photography blogs and seeing gorgeous photos.

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    1. Welcome aboard! Looking forward to seeing your project this year.

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  8. sweetness. i remember too, the worry i felt for my older boy becoming a sibling and what they say is true - that love just gets bigger.

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  9. Lovely light + shadow!
    Isn't it just kind of mind blowing to conceptualise how the arrival of a new baby changes the life of our first baby? Like, how do they even wrap their brains around that kind of change??!
    It sounds like she'll make a great big sister, though!

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  10. Your photos are indeed lovely. And as for becoming a new big sister, it is a great big change for their little worlds. She'll get there though. Exciting times ahead x

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