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Kia

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I love seeing women blossom into motherhood ~ 

I've known Kia before her first birth, and it's been really neat getting to know her over the years. She is an amazing mama! Her whole family is awesome.

Susan

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This henna belly design of a tree incorporates two owls that represent the two grandmothers in this baby's life. I love how it came out!

Mandy

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  Many blessings on Mandy and her daughters (6 months & 3 years old) ~ 

Natalie

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Natalie, her mother and her oldest daughter all got henna tattoos! Here is some beautiful 3 generation henna ~ 

Laurel's 15th birthday henna tattoo

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  I am so grateful for my daughter Laurel, whose blossoming continues to amaze and impress me. She is stepping into more and more of her self, and I love the young woman that is emerging. 

This year Laurel requested sacred geometry ~ no curvy lines ~ and it tested my skills for sure! I do love how it came out, she wears it so well. The photo below was taken after about 3 hours of painting ~

Abby

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  I was really happy to see Abby again and hear about her birth. Her baby boy is just 5 weeks old ~ and just melted my heart! What a cutie. He woke up right when we started, and stayed nursing on Abby's left side during the appointment. I love how the art travels up her arm ~ 

Sara

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The breast feeding art project continues! This mama said her little boy is like a little monkey and asked me to add one in the design. I love how it came out ~ 

Sara

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The breast feeding body art project continues with Sara, who requested a peacock among flowers ~ 

Jennifer

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The breast feeding art project continues! I am really loving so many amazing mamas through this art. Breast adornment takes 2 hours ~ sometimes more ~ and I slip into a kind of artistic meditation while listening to mothers tell me about their children, their challenges, their joys ~ 

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