Newborn | Olivia

“The jewel of the sky is the sun, the jewel of the house is the child” – Chinese saying

It was such a blessing being apart of Bernadette & Charl’s journey to meeting their jewel. I first met up with them at UJ’s sport field for their maternity session. If you missed it, here is the link M&C’s Maternity.  As you can remember we had a lot of fun. Our next get together was when this little munchkin was born a few weeks back. Here is the link to that awesome story – The Birth of Olivia . ….. Now for a proper look at Miss Olivia.

At only 8 days old she has her mom and daddy wrapped around those tiny fingers. From what I hear even Ouma and Oupa are all jelly legged when this little one is around.  Then again I think that’s exactly the way it is suppose to be.

Enjoy every single moment you spend with your “jewel”

xXx
Sam

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