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Jaxon turns one | first birthday portrait photography

Jaxon Andrews, son of Kristen and Matthew, turned one on July 21, 2017 and we photographed his one year portraits as soon as he was standing on his own and walking…. which was 4 days later – ha!! We met at a friend’s family farm in Purlear, NC on July 25th and it was wonderful. […]

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Matthew’s one year birthday and family portrait session | Wilkesboro NC child and family photographers

There is love and there’s love and then there’s the Minick family. You can say the name Minick and my heart fills up. We have the best history with this family and our love for them runs deep. We’ve photographed just about every milestone of their adult lives. On May 17th, Matthew (“Matt Matt”) celebrated […]

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What I Love Thinking About

Pixels On Paper wilkesboro nc photography studio and outdoor portrait garden photo

I know a lady who likes to say, “these are the things I’m thinking about instead what’s bothering me.” She’s not burying her head in the sand or failing to solve problems or face challenges; she practicing what she says the Buddhists call “good thinking.” It takes practice – like most things worth getting good at – but […]

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introducing “tiny bubbles” ~ Newborn Matthew Minick

Matthew Clark Minick is his official name, but he was known as “Bubbles” (by EVERYONE while in utero) and “Matthew Cutie Pants” (since his birth in mid-May) – both monikers given by his older sister, Amelia. At just 9 days old, we photographed Matthew in our Wilkesboro studio. His debut was just what we expected – sweet, […]

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pixels on paper’s favorite newborn portraits (well some of them)

Madelyn McGuire Newborn Photography by Pixels On Paper Portrait Photography photo

Dr. Seuss would have been 112 years old on March 2 and “Oh, The Places You’ll Go” remains one of the most given books to kids of all ages. When we looked over the newborn photos we’ve taken to chose our favorites, I kept thinking about their perfect faces. The world hasn’t happened to them yet and […]

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