Mom Dresses Her 4-Month-Old in Adorable Costumes as She Sleeps: 'She's A Really Chill Baby'
Meet Joey Choi, the 4-month-old who becomes Slash, Goku, and Han Solo, all while she's dozing off in Dreamland.
This baby's so good at impersonations that she can do it in her sleep.
Meet Joey Choi, the 4-month-old who becomes Slash, Goku, and Han Solo — to name a few — all while she's dozing off in Dreamland.
"She's woken up a few times, but is never upset," her mom, Laura Izumikawa said. "She usually flashes me a smile and goes back to sleep, or is done with naptime and ready to play."
Izumikawa, of Los Angeles, said that while she used to carefully dress her baby while she was taking a nap, she's now taken to putting most of the outfit on little Joey before she falls asleep.
They spend a little time playing together and as the baby falls asleep, and Izumikawa then poses her in her crib, and places props around her.
While there have been many fan favorites, the Los Angeles mom said the Little Mermaid rendition was her proudest accomplishment.
"Most people who follow us don't know what she's like when she's awake," she joked, "but our friends and family know that she's a really smiley and chill baby."
Even though Izumikawa said she was originally nervous to be sharing photos of her newborn on Instagram, she decided, "It was a way to memorialize her growth and little milestones.
"I really hope she'll see the photos and videos in the future and have a good laugh," Izumikawa continued. "Hopefully she'll see how loved she was."
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