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Watch Ryan Mueller release 20,000 honey bees.

Bringing a child into this world is a beautiful time in anyone’s life. The anticipation that builds up while you’re waiting for the arrival of your little one can be overwhelming at times. You feel scared, excited, and nervous all at the same time, but you try to prepare as best as you possibly can. You have a baby shower, fix up the nursery, and have beautiful pictures taken of your growing belly. Emily Mueller, of Akron, Ohio, recently had an incredible photo shoot done that will make your jaw drop. Check out these nerve-wracking photos that will absolutely amaze you!

Emily Mueller and her husband, Ryan, are expecting their fourth child.

When it was time for her pregnancy photos to be taken, she had an incredible idea on how she wanted them done. You won’t believe what she decided to do!

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Emily Mueller and her husband, Ryan, are expecting their fourth child.

Kendrah Damis Photography

Emily and Ryan are lovers of honey bees.

In fact, they own Mueller Honey Bee Company. They decided to include their bees in the photos.

Emily and Ryan are lovers of honey bees.

Kendrah Damis Photography

While the bees were swarming with full tummies, photographer Kendrah Damis captured the once-in-a-lifetime shots.

Since this is the time when the bees are the most calm, and can’t sting due to bloated bellies, Emily sat down to do something she had never done. 20,000 bees were then placed on Emily’s stomach!

While the bees were swarming with full tummies, photographer Kendrah Damis captured the once-in-a-lifetime shots.

Kendrah Damis Photography

While this absolutely could have been dangerous, they knew exactly what they were doing.

Emily explained why she wanted the bees photographed with her, “Bees represent life and death. We’ve had three miscarriages, so these pictures are dedicated to life and death, to all of the children we’ve had.”

While this absolutely could have been dangerous, they knew exactly what they were doing.

Kendrah Damis Photography

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