A week before they got married in 2009, Rafael Del Col and Tatiane Valques had a print fire to constraint a adore they had for any other. They afterwards married and had a daughter named Raisa. But shortly after that, tragedy struck.
In 2011, when Raisa was not nonetheless a year old, Valques was killed in a automobile accident, along with a couple’s unborn child, withdrawal Rafael alone and sad with a immature child to caring for. To fight his loneliness, he reached out to people by a blog, that helped him speak to others about how to cope with detriment and how to lift Raisa to a best of his ability.
He recently came adult with an thought for a print fire with Raisa, who is now three.
But this wasn’t only any print shoot.
Together, they recreated a photos that he and Tatiane had taken 6 years ago.
Raisa is wearing a same necklace that her mom wore in this picture.
That’s a same dog, too.
The darling puppy was a present from Rafael to Tatiane when they were dating.
For some-more on this heartwarming project, check out a video below:
This caring father was desirous by another man, Ben Nunery, who was also widowed during a immature age. He recreated his marriage photos with his tiny daughter. Del Col hopes that a photos will yield memories of Tatiane for Raisa.
You can review some-more about a father-daughter twin on De Col’s blog.