October 30, 2016

Bryxton’s First Birthday – Sherwood Park Family Photographer

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We celebrated Bryxton’s first birthday in the forest surrounded by beautiful fall colors. Mom made a gorgeous fox cake for his 1st birthday cake smash and he loved his big dose of sugar. Was such a pleasure to photograph this gorgeous, smiley boy!  Happy Birthday Bryxton!

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First 1st Birthday – Sherwood Park Family Photographer

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