When you’re a father of five girls, it’s the small victories that count.
(submitted by Anthony)
I do not think those numbers are their ages. I think it’s some sort of crazy math problem about what it’s going to cost for those parents to foot the bill for the weddings of 5 daughters! : )
Does anyone else think those numbers represent their ages?
I have just one question…WHY?
SILLY RABBITS, that’s NOT their AGE on their shirts! It’s their BIRTH ORDER– but where are the ones missing from between the others, eh?! I tell ya folks, they have LOTS more where that came from!!
as a football fan myself I think it’s kinda cool. Though I’d make my family wears Colts jerseys 🙂
#12 is rocking a killah mullet.
I love it!!!!
hey guys, i think those numbers, are their AGES! can you believe it? what? oh, 42 people already wrote that comment? sorry, i’m illiterate.
Dude, I think these numbers are not their ages? Let me ask Hurley.
Hahaahaha, best comment ever
HEY! I just noticed this! the numbers on the shirts could be their AGES!! I bet nobody else noticed so I am going to leave a comment to make sure you do.
I’ve seen this picture at my hair salon. I always choose the classic “number 5 style” but when I’m feeling frisky, and want a little slap and tickly, I choose the number 10!
that is the best comment EVER…
I think this picture was taken at the Palace of Fine Arts in San Francisco. During a compound bow show. They probably bought those jerseys at Fisherman’s Wharf. Is that their ages on those shirts?
How many of you idiots are going to continue pointing out that the numbers are their ages?
Kristi…please tell me that your family name was printed on the back…and that your parents forced you to wear this in public regularly!
I too wish I had a Ghost Torso Football family.
I think the numbers on the shirts are their ages…
Will someone explain the constant compound bow references to me? I’m lost.
See the Van Helsing post, that’a where ie started
the numbers on the shirts are the number of years since the people wearing them were born at the time the photo was taken.
It seems like an older picture, but they actually look like a nice family. And it just dawned on me that those are their ages, lol. Not quite as awkward as the Winnie the Pooh theme, but it’s creative. Kinda makes me want to do a costume-thing with my son, he’d have us as pirate and pirate-wench in a half-second
One of those girls played the 80s TV sweetheart robot Small Wonder- which number is she?
I love this photo!
I will mail it to my boyfriend, and tell him that we can do it when we get married and have 4 kids!
Thanks for sharing so great family photo!
There is a big smile on my face 😀
The only thing that would make this picture better is if those numbers on their shirts… and bear with me on this one… were their AGES!
I know, I know… crazy talk!
Cleaver, beat me to it!
Moooom!!! #10 called me a prime number!
Those numbers aren’t their ages. They are compound bows.
Leave it to Cleaver
Makes me think of Eight Is Enough except one is missing-the rebel son.
17 looks oh so thrilled to be there
Hey all, I think I have it – the numbers on the front of their shirts – I think that those numbers are their ages.
If I am not mistaken, I believe the numbers are their ages.
Compound-bow-jokes haters, be glad! Not a single compound bow in this picture.
(sorry, could not resist)
The youngest is slated for at least 10 years of hand me down jerseys…
I AM #16, and that’s EXACTLY what I’m thinking. HAHAHA
This is hilarious! Your dad must be so proud to have claimed this small victory! 🙂 We only had 4 girls…
By the way, not to pick favorites or anything, but #10 has you beat in the super-awesome hair department!
So what year was this picture taken? My neighbors had portraits taken last year and they have the exact same hair styles, if you didn’t know any better you’d think it was 20 years old. If only I could get a hold of a copy I could submit it.
has it been mentioned, that they are wearing their ages on their shirts?
LOL! 🙂 What? You also noticed that the first 36 comments stated the obvious?
Daughter wearing #16: “Someday, a decade or so from now, a website will appear. This website will showcase family photos that are awkward. It will be called awkwardfamilyphotos.com. And THIS LAME PICTURE WILL BE ON IT.”
Love the caption on the bottom. So true.
Didn’t this family have a spin-off tv show that was based on characters on growing pains?
And…do we also assume that their ages are the numbers on the jersies? Just…ow.
I think the numbers are supposed to be their ages….
what self-respecting parents would advertise their age?
Well they’ll never forget how old they were in this photo.
Are those their ages? WTF
I’m pretty sure that past a certain age I would not be putting it on the front of my shirt.
And, can I assume that they’re displaying their ages with the numbers? How many women can you get that to happen?
Okay everyone say cheese on three…….that’s cheese on three…….. Ready? Break!!
are they wearing their ages?! i think so.
One assumes that the numbers on the shirts represent the age of each wearer. So the big question is:
Does everyone get a new shirt every year for their birthday?
The numbers are their ages. Can only wear them for one year.
but they are ensured hand-me downs for next years picture
their ages HAHA
“Hey, let’s all wear football jerseys with our ages on them!”
I’m guessing the numbers are their ages.
I think so.
These outfits are aging them. Auf Wiedersehen.
I think the numbers reflect their ages!
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