Newborn Photo | Ammi Boshoff

“She’s the exclamation mark in the happiest sentence that I could ever possibly write.”

This post is long overdue as most of them are 😉 but I still love “bragging” with my clients beautiful moments. This newborn photo session was no different. Filled with beautiful moments and exclamation marks!

This tiny one was born at only 36 weeks. Luckily with no complications and only spent a few days in ICU. She is baby sister to a big, big brother and a little big brother whom both loved cuddling with her. Although I have to admit, little big brother a little less enthusiastic at first 😉

A newborn Photo session filled with “cuteness overload”

Described by google as follows 😉

Cuteness overload is the state in which a character experiences the immense rush of emotion after seeing (or hearing) something very, very cute, often rendering him/her partly or wholly incapacitated. The sudden charge of feelings could create so effective an incapacitation that the character may have to be woken up by another character calling his/her name or by other means.

I 100% agree with google and some of these moments still leaves me “partly incapacitated”, what about you?

xXx
Sam

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