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NOTES

dear Sam

I just wanted to say Thank you for yesterday! Your kind words throughout my entire birth really mean the world to me! We really were blessed and privileged to have you with us yesterday… Experiencing our birth with us… Not a glamorous occurrence, but still very special.

All our love to a very special photographer

ANRIKE + MIKE

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FROM THE HEART

I am so grateful to have met Sam and chosen her to do my Maternity and Birth Photography. She is so talented and brilliant at what she does. I am so happy I did it! Best decision I made.

DANYELLA + RYAN

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WE ARE BLESSED

The photo’s you took of our boy’s birth were breath taking! Thank you Sam for doing such an outstanding job! It was so lovely to know we had you with us to capture those very special and unforgettable moments! Wishing you all the best, we will have to have you at the birth of our next baby as well!

CHANTAL + LAWRENCE & BABY RAEL DUBOWITZ

dear Sam

Wil net weereens BAIE DANKIE se vir die fotos!!! Mense het gedink eks mal om n Birth photographer te kry hehe en hoe meer ek na die fotos kyk hoe blyer is ek dat ek dit wel gedoen het!!! Jy het memories gecapture van die spesiaalste tyd in n mens se lewe

en ek sal dit altyd treasure!!!

THARIEN + GUSTAV

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