Father and 3-year old daughter decided to recreate the images of the deceased mother

A week before the wedding, in November 2009, Rafael and Tati made a series of photographs. In 2013, Tati died in a car crash and she left a baby (Raisa) in his arms. After one year, Rafael decided to honor the memory of the deceased wife, arranging a photo shoot with her four-year daughter.

Father and 3-year old daughter decided to recreate the images of the deceased mother

“Our dog, Raul, is the same as well. I bought this dog for Tati in the beginning of our relationship”

“But beside my responsibilities with my princess, I need to deal with feelings of grief, and the loss of my partner with whom I lived for 10 wonderful years”

“I confess that I cried a lot when I watched it and I couldn’t watch it only once. The music in the clip is a tribute to Raisa. She sings this song very often (it’s second only to “Let it go…” from Frozen on her list)”

Father and 3-year old daughter decided to recreate the images of the deceased mother Father and 3-year old daughter decided to recreate the images of the deceased mother Father and 3-year old daughter decided to recreate the images of the deceased mother Father and 3-year old daughter decided to recreate the images of the deceased mother Father and 3-year old daughter decided to recreate the images of the deceased mother Father and 3-year old daughter decided to recreate the images of the deceased mother Father and 3-year old daughter decided to recreate the images of the deceased mother Father and 3-year old daughter decided to recreate the images of the deceased mother Father and 3-year old daughter decided to recreate the images of the deceased mother“Same high heels” Father and 3-year old daughter decided to recreate the images of the deceased mother Father and 3-year old daughter decided to recreate the images of the deceased mother Father and 3-year old daughter decided to recreate the images of the deceased motherSource — diariodaraisinha.blogspot.com.br, www.boredpanda.com
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