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Metro Parent's June 2014 Cover Shoot Outtakes

CoverKid Lorelei, 5, of Rochester Hills is ready for a road trip this summer! Peek at the photos that didn't make the cut for our cover.

With her red sunglasses and scarf to keep her hair looking pretty, CoverKid Lorelei, 5, of Rochester Hills, is ready for a road trip! That's the theme of Metro Parent's June 2014 issue – and we've got four places within driving distance that are worth a visit. Also in this issue, read about paternity leave and find out what some dads have to say about it. Plus, get the details on corporal punishment in the home – and much more.

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

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