For the Muslims in my town in Cameroon, a week after a baby is born they have a naming ceremony. In March, 2011, the eighth child of my village chief's first wife was born. I went to their home to celebrate the naming. I had the opportunity to hold the new baby girl, Aissatou, surrounded by her older brother, Boukar, and a cousin. Another brother, Nassourou, used my camera to take the photo.