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Photo of 'newborn' 13-year-old boy goes viral

(FOX 19) -

A Florida photographer's photo of her adopted son is going viral.

According to her Facebook, Kelli Higgins adopted Latrell and his sister two years back.

One night earlier this month, the family was chatting around the dinner table when the subject of newborn photography came up.

Higgins, a photographer of children, said that her adopted son, Latrell, who is 13, mentioned that he wished he had newborn photos of himself.

One of Higgins other children thought it would be funny to recreate a newborn session with Latrell.

The next day, they did  just that, posting a birth announcement on Facebook that read, "Here's my sweet not so little Newborn! His name is Latrell and weighs 112lbs ;)".

That photo has now been shared thousands of times on Facebook.

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