A photographer posted a snap of 'rainbow babies' and it's absolutely beautiful

 

Natasha Hance of NHance Photography captured this beautiful snap of two rainbow babies in Texas and it is simply spectacular.

 

Parents, Nancy and Jim Bob Haggerton, were overjoyed with the photos which depicted their three youngest children, Tate, Whitten and Evans.

 

Unfortunately, baby Evans passed away just three hours after his birth, due to Potter Syndrome.

 

However, one year later, Nancy and Jim adopted their first rainbow baby, a baby boy, Tate.

 

 

And less than a year after Tate came into their lives, Nancy gave birth to her second rainbow baby, another little boy, Whitten.

Natasha was the photographer contracted to take Evans photos when he was born.

 

So when the couple brought their two sons back to the photographer, she wanted to do something special for the family.

 

Brainstorming with her business partner Amanda, the two ladies came up with the unique and thoughtful idea of putting both babies at the end of a rainbow.

 

 

And the greatest part of the portrait?

 

The little butterfly positioned to the right of the photograph, is a representation of their big brother Evans.

 

Natasha shared: “The little butterfly on top represents their brother Evans who earned his wings shortly after he was born.”

 

Needless to say, the photograph is incredibly thoughtful.

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