August 17, 2012

Main Line Family Photographer | Merion Park | Baby Orson [teaser]

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Baby Orson took his time getting here. Once he did, he arrived into a warm, caring family that promises to wrap him in nothing but love. There will be more of Signe and Trevor’s baby boy soon enough!

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