March 28, 2015

Grayson – Fort Saskatchewan Newborn Photographer

baby family lifestyle

Everyone meet Grayson – a handsome little man, with gorgeous hair and a heart-melting smile.  This little one stole my heart – what a strong little hero. Baby Grayson was born almost 2.5 months premature weighing only 4 lbs 14 oz.  He quickly fattened up and battled his way out of NICU earlier than expected.  I got the privilege of visiting this family while they were still at the hospital.  Then, a few days after spending weeks in the Royal Alexandra Hospital, I photographed a lifestyle newborn session in the comfort of their beautiful home in Fort Saskatchewan.

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