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This Mom Photographed The Birth Of Her Rainbow Baby And The Result Are Breathtaking

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When a woman goes into labor, she’s kind of busy. Usually the last thing on her mind is documenting the event herself. Surely a bystander can handle that much at least, right? Whether it’s a hired birth photographer or the grandma-to-be or her partner, pretty much anyone in the room who’s not a medical professional is free to point and click.
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Her journey starts in the early hours of the morning (her water broke at 3 AM) as she makes her way to her hospital room.

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From there, she waits through the contractions …

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… with the help of her supportive family.

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And not to mention her husband.

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After 14 hours and an epidural, it was finally time to meet Anora.

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But before Anora could meet mom, she had some business to attend to.

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And of course a quick little clean-up. (Look at that gorgeous hair!)

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Is there anything more beautiful than locking eyes with your baby for the first time?

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Well, maybe watching your partner meet your baby for the first time.

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And while Robinson-Ward’s photos are absolutely breathtaking, some credit does need to go to her mother for this gorgeous post-birth shot.

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Perhaps the most touching part of this family’s story is that baby Anora was a total surprise for the couple — but in the best of ways. Robinson-Ward and her husband have a 9-year-old son and had experienced two miscarriages in the following years. Eventually they stopped trying, and that’s when Robinson-Ward became pregnant with their rainbow baby, Anora, who is now six months old.

Robinson-Ward says that Anora is “really easy going,” “happy,” and “mellow” — the best kind of baby!

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Credits:babble

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