Did you know, 1 in 8 babies in America are born with complications/premature/lead to bad news…
As someone who hopes to be a mother in the near future, the above statistics made me a little scared and alert at the same time…
Great cause, saving babies, adorable families, friendly staff, Boston Shell Hatch, Boston Red Sox-Wally, what could go wrong?
Down pour, lightening, and cold… were just some of the harsh circumstances.
Last week, I got to photograph March of Dimes: March of Babies, the Boston Event. I left the house 2 hours before the time I planned to show up at the event, and it was a beautiful morning. 2 Hours later, the rain drops started falling, and at below is what we had. Of course, I wasn’t prepared for so much rain when it came to my attire (soaked knee down, nothing waterproof, or even an umbrella). Despite the the harsh weather conditions, thousands still came out to the event, and eventually the weather held back enough that people weren’t afraid to walk their 3 mile commitments in.
Brace yourselves for the amount of cute kids below though… =)
The ambassador family’s little miracle baby, Bela
Mrs. Kevin Youklis
I loved capturing so many of the smiles and moments, but this one… she was having a great time dancing by her self in a rain puddle… it really makes me want to be a kid… and or own rain boots to be fearless like that!
To see the complete gallery please visit the gallery here
Thank you March of Dimes for helping so many families!