“I wanted to do something special.” and Nicole did by capturing his late husband’s silhouette into her maternity shoots

“I wanted to do something special.” remarked Nicole Bennett, a mississippi resident who made the memories of her late husband captured in her maternity shoots in a special way.

Pictures speak thousand words and here are the ones which can warm up your souls:

Nicole Bennett, of Jackson, Mississippi, incorporated her late husband Deonta in her maternity photo shoot 

Maternity shoots to anyone are really really precious. Every mother wants to preserve these cherishing memories and Nicole did it in a tremendous way when her husband, Deonta, passed away just two months before her due date for her second baby’s birth.

She decided to include him in the photos in a very special way and make his presence be felt forever.

It had been Deonta's idea to do a maternity shoot with Nicole and their 4-year-old son Landen before her March 25 due date

Actually it was Deonta’s idea to have a maternity shoot with his beloved wife and their 4 years old son Landen which Nicole kept alive even after his death.

Photographer Sidney Conley who captured all the pictures digitally submerged images of Deonta as a silhouette showcased as his angel spirit.

He passed away unexpectedly just two months before Nicole's due date 

As reported by Daily Mail, Nicole hopes that this would be special memory for her children and they can always remember their dad. “It’s memories for my son of his father and for my daughter who will never meet her father, it’s memories for her as well,” she said.

Photographer Conley digitally included Deonta in the photographs and admitted that he was so deeply moved, that it brought tears to his eyes.

The photos received over 100,000 shares on Conley’s Facebook page.

True love stays forever and these pictures proved it in a beautiful, heart melting way.

Nicole gifted the best gift ever to her children and made a lifetime memory for the entire family making sure that her kids always remember their dad.

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