A Black and White Bloggy Boast of a Bunk Bed Birthday Boy

The Little Feet That Climbed. Polly Nance. Digital photograph. 2012.

I had to post these photographs, even though I failed miserably at snagging a clear photograph of my children. They were too excited to sit still! My son’s birthday is coming up (my, how time flies… he will soon be four years old) and, ever since he found that out, he has been persistently asking for bunk beds every other minute. Normally, I would not spend this much money on a birthday present (especially not for a four year old), but my two year old daughter Lennon needs to move out of her crib and into a big girl bed. And so, the time is nigh. Rush’s old bed has moved into Lennon’s room and these new bunk beds (a combined present from the Grands and us) have replaced the old. I made sure to purchase a set that would last him through high school. The bottom bunk is a full-sized bed that my husband can even fit on (he’s six feet tall), so I think he’s set. I never had bunk beds as a child and remember being completely envious (but glad to sleep on) of my friends who got the pleasure of laying their heads down to sleep on a bunk bed every night. Rush’s room is not the largest of rooms, so these bunk beds are a perfect fit. AND don’t worry, in case you were worried… cause I know you are probably sitting on the edge of your seat right now… Rush picked out SPIDERMAN sheets to dress his wooden bunk beds. Anyways, like I said, it was hard to get my kids to sit still and really photograph the moment… but, perhaps these photographs are more truthful to their characters?! HA.

By the way, does anyone have suggestions for a moderately priced but awesome flash (unless you know of cheaper) to purchase? I shoot with a Canon EOS 7D. I’ve been against flashes because I love natural lighting but, sometimes, you gotta have a flash…

Crumpled Spiderman Sheets and a Quilt. Polly Nance. Digital photograph. 2012.

A Quick Hello Before Returning to Play. Polly Nance. Digital photograph. 2012.

A Spiderman Casting Webs as I Shoot. Polly Nance. Digital photograph. 2012.

Bottom Bunk Baby Bliss. Polly Nance. Digital photograph. 2012.

A Pouty Face and a Baby Cookie Monster. Polly Nance. Digital photograph. 2012.

Rush’s Suggestion for a Photograph… Making a Bold and Truthful Statement. Polly Nance. Digital photograph. 2012.

The Sheets are Growing. Polly Nance. Digital photograph. 2012.

An Accidental and Noisy Overexposure Doubled. Polly Nance. Digital photograph. 2012.

Two Kids, Who Never Sit Still, Between a Top and Bottom Bunk. Polly Nance. Digital photograph. 2012.

Rush’s ‘I’m Thrilled about My New Bunk Beds’ Dance. Polly Nance. Digital photograph. 2012.

A Strange and Abstractly Colorful Ending to a Black and White Post. Polly Nance. Digital photograph. 2012.

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12 thoughts on “A Black and White Bloggy Boast of a Bunk Bed Birthday Boy

    • Thank you. At first, I didn’t want to suck the color out of them because Spiderman is so colorful… but, I ultimately preferred the black and white. I’m glad you liked that choice. It does make you look deeper. Thanks for your feedback 🙂

    • Thanks! I did my best… I’m not really happy with the way they turned out because it was hard to photograph in that room due to lack of space… plus, they were bouncing around everywhere. Haha! But, it was awesome to see their little faces light up and laugh like crazy. They love the bunk beds 🙂 Thanks so much for your comment 🙂

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