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Metro Parent's April 2014 Cover Shoot Outtakes

CoverKid Sophia, 5, of Westland welcomes spring in this month's photo shoot! Take a peek at some of the pictures that weren't used in the magazine.

Spring is in the air and April's CoverKid Sophia, 5, of Westland graces the cover of Metro Parent to help us celebration the season. This month, we're talking about physical education in schools, introducing readers to Kyle Smitley, the founder of Detroit Achievement Academy, showing you how to make goofy photo booth props and much more.

Plus, April also features our Special Needs section. Here, we introduce you to two southeast Michigan families, both that have children who were born deaf. Plus, get advice for talking to your special needs kid about sex.

Flip through these outtakes from the cover shoot, and be sure to watch the Q&A video with local CoverKid Sophia, too.

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