Birth | Lané Johnson

Fam•i•ly  \  fam-lè  \  Noun 1. relatives who love and care for each other deeply and oftentimes, put each other’s needs and preferences before their own. 2. a group whose love is not hindered by time, space or circumstances.

You really are blessed when you started chatting to your clients even before they are pregnant 😉 This was the case with Anél and what a huge privilege it was to be apart of this incredible journey. It was a huge honour to meet their family and can I say I have never quite had such a gathering of loved ones at the birth of a new little one. This was indeed a celebration of life, with friends and family to share in the joy of little Lané coming earth side.  A more accurate description of family than in the quote you will not find they are truly a group whose love is not hindered by time, space or circumstances.

If you missed the birth slide show here is the link Lané Birth

Anél and Brett enjoy your miracle and always remember how blessed you are with a family as caring and wonderful as yours!

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Sam

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