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Metro Parent's May 2013 Cover Shoot Outtakes

Head behind-the-scenes for some fun extra photos of Hannah, 5, of St. Clair Shores, our very 'classic' looking southeast Michigan CoverKid for May

In Metro Parent's May 2013 issue, we highlight 10 classic parenting tips that stand the test of time – as illustrated by our timeless-looking CoverKid! This issue also features our winning southeast Michigan Top Teacher awardees for 2013 (check out the entire list of nominees, too), an enlightening look at the super-popular school sport of lacrosse, and advice for successful co-parenting with your ex.

Hannah, 5, of St. Clair Shores, dazzled the cover of our May issue, channeling a bit of Marie Antoinette-esque magic. Check out these outtakes from the cover shoot – and be sure to check out the Q&A video with this local CoverKid, too.

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