polka dots + bows + 12 Monkeys jumping on a bed = the release of spring

OH, Winter. We do love you. We love it when you land on us and grace every limb, hill and valley. We also love saying BUH-BYE. We’ve enjoyed our time with you and now need fresh green things and a new day.” 

Seriously, aren’t we glad that we’re close to the end of this season with its spring sucker punches of warmth and then more frigid temps?

That said, part of what makes the winter thaw special for us at Pixels is that it releases little sprites from their dormant stage and jettisons them into spring. Amelia (even her name is fairy-like) broke loose from a chrysalis and landed in our studio, glorious in pink and purple with blooms on her shoes, polka dots on her coat, big blue eyes and that grin.

For these Easter portraits, we placed her in a garden of blooms of our making – a backdrop where we could play kiddie tunes and make her come out of her shell. The song “12 Monkeys Jumping on a Bed” turned out to be a fan fave and Ryan jumped around, pretending to bump his head, and crack her up. It worked.

She is the smiliest (is that a word?) child and we’ve had her in our lenses since she was a newborn (see the last couple of photos).

With Easter on the horizon, and winter season packing up for a while, schedule your session with us. Whether you have 1 tot or 10 kiddos, we’d love to photograph them before they are lost to playing in the woods, building forts, finding fireflies and trying to escape capture. The studio backdrop is still available for Easter, spring and special occasions when you just need to be surrounded by flowers.

Amelia Minick Easter Studio Portrait Photographer Photo

Amelia Minick Easter Studio Portrait Photographer Photo

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Baby Amelia's family christmas portrait photo

Amelia at almost two months old

Amelia's outdoor spring portrait photography photo

Amelia at six months old.


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Rachel - March 24, 2015 - 11:42 AM

How was this almost a year ago? I love that this stage of her personality was captured along with all of the other great portraits. I will never regret the time we have spent documenting our family’s memories with Misty and Ryan.

admin - March 24, 2015 - 9:41 PM

We love photographing and watching her grow up!

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