He’s Having a Baby

June 6th, 2009

He’s Having a Baby - Babies

Proof that a man can be too supportive.

(submitted by John)

349 Responses to “He’s Having a Baby”

  1. Edamame says:

    Wow, this gives a whole new meaning to “sex education.”

  2. Mr. Jones says:

    I guess his concept of “child support” is to be buck nekkid and hold up his wife’s belly from behind.

    Ladies and Gentlemen – the modern man

  3. Mac says:

    I can see why she’s naked (to show off her new preggo body) but why on earth is HE naked?

  4. Marian says:

    What on earth were they thinking? I don’t even think this photo has any artistic merit (a little soft focus treatment would have been nice).

    If I ever saw a picture of my parents like this, I would puke. And maybe faint too.

  5. EmptyOnion says:

    Holy Bejebus…

  6. Liv says:

    But but but why did they both have to be naked? I’m so confused.

  7. Ginger says:

    It’s just so awkward…

  8. Hanimal says:

    whats wrong with this picture i think it’s sweet

  9. Susan says:

    He looks like Anthony Edwards (I think that’s his name) from ER. Which makes this, of course, even more awkward.

    P.S. “Crunchy” = granola (Birkenstocks with socks, earnest love of folk music, quiet muted voices)

  10. mindy says:

    Playboy, family edition. Am I the only one who has this edition??

  11. Maya B. says:

    There are so many things that can be said about this picture, but considering that it’s a “friendly place” I think I’d better just say it’s definitely awkward.

  12. Marbacca says:

    This one wins the gold medal in the awkward olympics… cannot stop laughing…awkwardly.

    • Cheryl says:

      ohhhh, you’re right, there SHOULD be an Awkard Olympics every year…

      hello, there Mr. Moderator, are you listening????

  13. chipmunk! says:

    Not your average Christmas card!

  14. GTP says:

    This one gives “Happy’s Mother Day!” a run for its money.

  15. Ellen says:

    What’s really awkward is people who are afraid of nudity. I think it’s a rather endearing photograph.

  16. lanie says:

    what the hell is a compound bow!!! and why does someone keep making references to it! perhaps it wouldn’t be so dang annoying if i understood…

  17. Seth says:

    Her skin does look great…nuthin like the ol’ preggo glow.

  18. Jak says:

    I think it’s kind of sweet– wholesome nudity.

  19. Funk2thapeople says:


  20. Jesse says:

    I’d love to be a fly on the wall if junior ever found this photo and asked mom and dad to explain what precisely they were thinking when they had this taken.

  21. McLovin says:

    Is that a crossbow or are you just happy to see me?

  22. SWMBO says:

    Beyond awkward.

  23. Shannon says:

    Why do people have to be so flamboyant?

  24. MZee says:

    Well that’s one way to shut the mother in law up!!

  25. Jenifer says:

    Are they trying to show us how she got pregnant????

  26. Amie says:

    The guy looks kind of like Tim Mcgraw! Besides the fact that Tim Mcgraw wears clothes.

  27. Ernie says:

    i dig it, it’s John and Yoko meet American Suburbia.

  28. Birdie says:

    Yes! A new desktop background!

  29. Matt says:

    At least he’s the kind of hippy that has the decency to do a full body wax.

    • john says:

      i’m a little embarrassed to admit that i noticed that too….

      is this a standard package at olan mills? the “strip naked and hold your pregnant wife’s belly” package?

      and by “package”, i mean “bundle of pictures” not his, you know, “package”.

  30. tee says:

    What is up with all the nekked studio portraits? Generally, people have pics taken to display in their home or share with family and friends. Where do you hang the “tastefully disrobed” pictures?

    Maybe I am just a prude.

    • sauerkraut says:

      Ya hang ‘em in the bathroom, tee. As a reminder, of course.

    • mommy says:

      Yes, I think you are. I’m getting the feeling that a lot of these comments come from rather young people who haven’t yet gotten over the giggliness of nakedness and parental sex, etc.

      • young person. says:

        no, we “young people” understand the beauty of pregnancy… but this photo is incredibly awkward.

      • KorrectionalKitten says:

        Really? Because I am neither young nor a prude and I AM a mother and find this picture both awkward and obnoxious. A naked pregnant woman’s body is a beautiful thing… showing us how she got that way in the first place is NOT!

      • Old Fart says:

        I am so over the “giggliness” of nakedness & sex, but there is NOTHING good about this pic. I hope the people have it locked away in a book that only they, and all of the internet, are allowed to see.

      • Andi says:

        If you can’t giggle over nakedness, you’re too old. & there is NOTHING to giggle about with parental sex, it will always be icky, no matter how old you are.

  31. Elisa Sickles says:

    WOW, what an amazing photo! Amazingly AWKWARD!

  32. Bri says:

    Strange way to attend a Lamaze class

  33. Katie says:

    There are so many hands and arms everywhere you can’t really even see her belly!

  34. Wendy says:

    Well Timmy when a mommy and a daddy love each other they…oh wait, we have pictures.

  35. - have a lot of crunchy friends who would think that was *gorgeous* but to me. I just wonder how she talked him into that. I know pregnant women get some crzy ideas, but I can’t even imagine how you convince your spouse to do this.

  36. yourmom says:

    I wonder if this is the pic they are sending out with their christmas cards?

  37. ohbrooke says:

    That’s not how you get pregnant…

  38. Susan says:

    Oh NO! This is the most awkward photo EVER.

  39. Wenchy McWench says:

    I love this site.

  40. LMNOP says:

    What are they looking at?

  41. sir jorge says:

    this site just reached a whole new realm of awkward

    • IndyCote says:

      what is this compound bow everyone is talking about?

      • oy says:

        There was some picture of a family with compound bows and some noob keeps trying to force the “meme” by making references to it in every single picture. Don’t worry about it. But if you want to see the original it was called something like “the helsings”; just go back through the blog.

      • Brian says:

        Go see the “Van Helsings” family picture for more info

  42. KC says:

    Isn’t how she got pregnant in the first place?

  43. Kharlos says:

    I hope this doesn’t give their kid the wrong idea on how babies are made.

  44. what the says:

    enough with the cross bow compound bow references sheesh

  45. Pic says:

    a) Awkward Happy Father´s Day

    b) Happy Awkward Father´s Day

    c) Happy Father´s Awkward Day

    d) All the above

  46. trish says:


  47. Nyria says:

    Insert lame cross bow / sexual inudendo here.

    • tchoh! *COMPOUND* bow! XD

    • SLC says:

      I put it to you that compound bow jokes can be funny. It’s just that the majority of people think that just saying “compound bow” will make people laugh. I do wish that they’d realise that this is not the case.

      • Heartily agreed. A meme is naturally funny in context – a forced meme is just pathetic.

        But back on-topic, I can see how this photo might have been somewhat touching (to the right personality type), but the side-bum ruins it.

        • oy says:

          Every compound bow reference since that picture has been forced.

          • SLC says:

            disagree. and doubt you’ve read them all.

          • Trailerbilly1022 says:

            Oy is a liberal. You are anti-gun and compound bows! What do we fight with butter knifes? I mean come on dude, we need compound bows! Hail to the compound bows!!

  48. nicole says:

    xDDD Thats so funny cause it looks like a teacher from my school

  49. ErinB says:


  50. KissyO says:

    Really??!! Really???

  51. Hazel says:

    I think, technically, that’s FIVE questions…LOL

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