January 21, 2017

Alyssa – Sherwood Park newborn lifestyle photographer

baby lifestyle

A beautiful morning at home. Grandma and Grandpa came over, ribs were being smoked outside for lunch, while real moments were captured between brand-new sisters.  Congrats on your beautiful addition to your family – baby Alyssa.

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