This Thanksgiving, eat light.
Love the shadow of the picture taker. Kilroy was here!
Planking, in the old days LOL!
Planking before it was cool.
Mommy said I had to sleep on chairs in the kitchen, and get up when the alarm goes off and put the turkey in the oven.
I don’t understand why this photo is considered an “awkward” family photo. This one is cute. It doesn’t make sense that it’s on here.
hahaha too cute!!! 🙂
I envy that child. If I tried that today, I’d end up breaking my back.
aww, the dog looks so unsatisfied! haha, just look at the face! of that clock!
I agree Kate, very artsy B&W still life photo
She was tired of sleeping in a crib and wanted to prove that she could handle a big girls bed.
beautiful art photo, not awkward
Too cute. Painful looking, but cute.
I totally did this as a child! My grandmother had a tiny kitchen and dining room that were away from the living room/bedrooms. She also cooked A LOT. Whenever she needed a break, she’d put two chairs together and lie down on them. I started doing the same. 😀
Ths picture is actually what happened when her family had too many relatives staying over for the holiday. The poor little thing had to give up her bed for Great Aunt Mildred and her 2 miniature poodles.
Maybe she attended Beatrice’s 1st Birthday Party!
What a sweet little girl!
Actually, its not the tryptophan that makes you sleepy. Its the fact that when you eat a lot, more blood has to rush to your stomach to help digest all that food. Thus taking blood from other areas of the body, and making you sleepy
Actually, it’s the requisite know-it-all Cliff Clavin-esque relative, explaining fascinating facts about digestion, that makes people sleepy.
SNAP!….but thanks for the info BRo
hahahaha! <3 it!
and the guy who thinks he’s really witty is much, much better.
Before I scrolled down, it looked she was levitating. Now THAT would have been a cool picture. 🙂
What’s funny is that she has a blanket over her and an alarm clock on the table, as though they figure they’ll just let her sleep there all night.
Aunt Telcia as a child.
Ha ha ha ha I’m waiting at the gate at the airport and everybody is watching me now, because I just laughed out loud at your comment… Love it! (and love aunt Telcia!)
Not awkward, just cute.
Give her a pillow and set the alarm on the clock; she’ll be up just in time for school next Monday!
This is oddly terrifying.
No, this is what happens when you watch the Detroit Lions on Thanksgiving Day!
I’m sure that’s the start of a classic magic trick.
The next step is to pull away one of the stools.
Or, saw her in half!
I used to do this when I was a kid!!!
me too! haha
… I still do it today, and I’m 47!
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