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    • Christine Wallace

      flying baby henry by rachel hulin --- awesome idea! I'm pretty sure I know how to do this. I just need to borrow a baby. :)

    • Abby Meeds

      Flying superhero / Rachel Hulin #child #kid #photography #photo #idea #ideas

    • Emily Faye

      Spotted by Fubiz, Rachel Hulin’s ongoing series Flying Babies — which will be published as a book by powerHouse next April :: Incredible Photos of Flying Babies @Flavorpill // #Photography #incredible #powerHouse #RachelHulin

    • Amy Inderlied

      flying baby photography by Rachel Hulin

    • Nancy Fitzpatrick

      "I will so grow into my cape!" What's more delectable than a baby? An airborn baby. (Why do you think all daddies throw their six-months-olds above their heads—over and over?) With the book Flying Henry, the world's first snugglicious superhero comes to life. Faster than a speeding toddler, more powerful than a terrible two without snack or nap, and able to stop bad moods with a single picture. Flying Henry by Rachel Hulin (powerHouse Books).

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