Baby Bird

February 23rd, 2017

Baby Bird - Babies

“Found this really normal baby photo of my dad’s. Apparently my grandparents were super comfortable letting their pet parakeet near the baby.”

(via source)

It’s Science

February 23rd, 2017

It’s Science - Kids

“We’re in the middle of a science fair project at my house. I found this appropriate.”

(via source)

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Bachelorette Recreation

February 23rd, 2017

Bachelorette Recreation - Photos

“The bachelorette party posted a photo on vacation in Nashville. The bachelor party recreated it in Chicago.”

(via source)

Saddle Up

February 23rd, 2017

Saddle Up - Photos

“During a family trip to Lake Lanier, we all decided to pose individually by this statue with unique, cute poses. At the time, I didn’t realize how this would look.”

(submitted by Sherri)

Got Milk?

February 23rd, 2017

Got Milk? - Photos

“My pregnant older sister and mother bet me I couldn’t get the breast pump to ‘latch’ on to me. I won the bet, but lost the war. This picture is framed and in my parents’ hallway.”

(submitted by Matthew)

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Hug Malfunction

February 23rd, 2017

Hug Malfunction - Family Portrait

“This is a photo of my twin brother and I with our mom when we were about 5 years old. I went in for a hug and ended up copping a feel. For years I hated seeing this photo hanging on the hallway wall. Now I think it’s hilarious.”

(submitted by Teri)

College Student Gets Care Package From Mom, Of Trash He Failed To Take Out

February 22nd, 2017

College Student Gets Care Package From Mom, Of Trash He Failed To Take Out - News That Makes Us Feel Awkward

 

One of the biggest frustrations for parents is getting their kids to help out around the house. Terri Cox, mother of 18-year-old Connor Cox, shows us how to win the battle, while Connor shows us the importance of listening to your mother.

Connor had just left home to go to Westminster College in New Wilmington, Pennsylvania when he got a box in the mail from his mom. Thinking it was a care package to help ease the transition to university living, Connor opened it only to find a bunch of trash. The trash looked familiar–it was from his room, and Terri had asked him to throw it out before leaving home.

Hoping it all was a mistake on Terri’s part, (because sure, people accidentally mail trash all the time), Connor called home to ask what was up. She confirmed it was indeed the trash he hadn’t thrown away.

Both of them laughed off the incident. Connor told ABC News that he and Terri have a special relationship. “She’s kind of like my best friend,” he explained.

We salute Terri for the determination. Rather than just throw it away herself, Terri put in the time, energy, and money to mail GARBAGE to another state.

We’ll update you when Terri buys Connor a plane ticket home so he can mow the lawn.

(via ABC News)

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