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Welcome Leo-Jay

Welcome Leo-Jay

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On 9 October 2017, I had the honor of capturing the first breath of a sweet little boy Leo-Jay Figaji. He was born via c-section and took his first breath at 10:19 am. 

He weight 2.4kg. So small and beautiful. He is welcomed by a bigger sister of 15. 
Mommy will surely have enough help of that. Congrats on your birth date little prins! I will never forget your first cry. 

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Sonja Walker is a talented photographer who is ready to capture all your memorable moments so that you can showcase them for life. Based in Gansbaai, Sonja is able to travel throughout the Overberg region (and further) to capture your special event at your desired location. This professional photogr...

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