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Be Mimi: Camille

Be Mimi: Camille

June 19, 2017

It's June. Summer has finally arrived.
We've enjoyed a day at the beach with our Mimi of the month; Camille.

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Be Mimi: Special Moms - Catherine and Alexandra

Be Mimi: Special Moms - Catherine and Alexandra

May 05, 2017

This "Be Mimi" edition is a special one as Mother's Day is coming in a few days. Here's why we present you two young moms and their lovely daughters.
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Surfer avec ses forces tranquilles

Surfer avec ses forces tranquilles

April 12, 2017

ParsemĂ©es de super-instawomen figĂ©es dans nos glaces en plastique, on zieute l’insaisissable, de loin, mais de prĂšs.
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Be Mimi: VĂ©ronique | Mimi and August

Be Mimi: VĂ©ronique

April 09, 2017

It was June 6, last year. "You have gestational trophoblastic neoplasia stage 4" the doctor said. "What is that?" she answered. "It's cancer."
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Be Mimi: Mariane | Mimi and August

Be Mimi: Mariane

March 21, 2017

Nature is among us in many ways. It takes form into plants and animals of many kinds, but also in humans. Body diversity is one of the finest works of nature - and Mariane embraces it in a beautiful way.
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Be Mimi: Annie | Mimi and August

Be Mimi: Annie

February 13, 2017

Keeping it simple. Enjoying the little things. Learn to trust yourself. These are all the things that Annie learned by becoming a mother.
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Be Mimi: Kim | Mimi and August

Be Mimi: Kim

January 30, 2017

Body expresses art. And art is about reflecting all kinds of beauty. Therefore, for Kim, this photographer and art teacher, beauty is expressed by all types of body.
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Promenade automnale | Mimi and August

Promenade automnale

October 16, 2016

Depuis que nous sommes revenus du PĂ©rou, il y a une semaine, nous n’avons pas eu le temps de profiter de la belle tempĂ©rature automnale.
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Sarah Babineau | Mimi and August

The secret behind our pictures: Sarah Babineau

January 10, 2016

I have always been curious about people that surround me. And when I meet them, I am terrible! I talk too much, ask too many questions and I am interested in them, which is not something we are used to in our generation.
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