When this baby falls asleep, her mom transforms her with awesome costumes




As if baby Joey's chubby cheeks weren't delightful enough...

Photographer Laura Izumikawa takes advantage of nap time by dressing her 4-month-old daughter up in a variety of costumes, which she photographs and shares to Instagram. 
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A photo posted by Laura Izumikawa (@lauraiz) on
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The costumes range from topical to celebrities to television characters to emoji. 
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A photo posted by Laura Izumikawa (@lauraiz) on
Flash back to when she was two weeks old and I was finding ways to keep my zombie state of mind sane and entertained at home. This morning I woke up to find that we reached 10.1K followers and it stunned me. I began to worry a bit. How will Joey react to all of these posts when she's older? Would she be mad? Would she be embarrassed? Would she wish I never started this? And then I started reading some of the comments written here. Kind words about how these posts of Joey have been bringing joy to your day, how your children and even coworkers have been thoroughly enjoying them as well. I've received sweet messages from mothers all over the world sharing stories about their little ones and how they want to do the same thing and enjoy them this way as well. It's been truly humbling and I'm so thankful that something like Instagram has been a way for me to connect to these new friends. THANK YOU to all of you who have been following us here on Instagram and loving on Joey so much! 😘 #joeychoiz
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Netflix caught wind of Izumikawa's awesome photos and reshared her version of Joey as Eleven from Stranger Things. 
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 Izumikawa did have some moments of worry when she realized her photos were going viral.

"This morning I woke up to find that we reached 10.1K followers and it stunned me," she wrote on Instagram about two weeks ago. "I began to worry a bit. How will Joey react to all of these posts when she's older? Would she be mad? Would she be embarrassed? Would she wish I never started this?"
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But then, Izumikawa started reading comments that fans posted on her Instagram. 

"I've received sweet messages from mothers all over the world sharing stories about their little ones and how they want to do the same thing and enjoy them this way as well," she wrote. "It's been truly humbling and I'm so thankful that something like Instagram has been a way for me to connect to these new friends." 
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Laura, it seems like you are slaying both the mom game and the photography game. Please keep taking these photos and don't let Joey grow up. 
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