“My first birthday- I am the one in the center, screaming my lung out, surrounded by family, friends, and one very very confused exchange student who was staying with my aunt.”
(submitted by Lauren)
I worked with her at a high school in Japan! She became a teacher of English. 🙂
Does this remind anyone else of the tv show Parenthood?
Why were you only screaming one lung out?
I cannot stop laughing at this photo – the look of excitement on the foreign exchange student’s face is PRICELESS!
That exchange student is CUTE.
This photo made my day so much better! I work for a company that places exchange students. And I am a host parent as well. This is a prime example that you don’t have to be perfect to host an exchange student, just have an open mind, and heart. This photo personal reminds me of our first exchange student. She is Asian and had a little hard time learning to live at first with little ones at home. But after a while she warmed right up, and I am proud to say she is my daughter, and I am her mommy!
This looks like a John Hughes movie haha, it’s National Lampoons Vacation mixed with Sixteen Candles mixed with Home Alone I LOVE IT
So true!! Ahhahaha:D
BAHAHAHAHA I love that exchange student. Her expression is priceless!
this picture is all types of funny
It took me a second to find her but when I did it was alllllll worth it! ;D
I have come to America. I shall continue to ponder the relevance of the Cone Heads so talked about on SNL.
The exchange student’s expression says it all. This pic made my day!
Absolutely brilliant picture. Looking at the exchange student makes me laugh out loud 🙂
The little girl in the front row far left looks like she is having a great time.
I’m digging the sunnies on the chick in the middle wearing the pink shirt. They just don’t make sunnies like they use to, now do they?
You only had one lung?
She does now. The other one out got screamed out.
Nice catch! LOL!
Poor exchange student looks like she’s trying to send out a message telepathically: “Help me”!
wow, you had a lot of hair for a 1-year old!
I was thinking the same thing! My son turns 1 on Wednesday and has tons of hair, but he looks a lot younger than this girl.
Sno Cone hats. Hope they rinsed them out before wearing them
Sno Cone hats. Hope they rinsed out the anti dandruff before filling them.
Hahahaha I can’t help laughing!!! I’m also an exchange student now in Canada, I totally could understand how confused she was 🙂 Anyway it was good to see smiles on the whole family members(except student)..thank u for a nice picture..:D
Are the hats really just plain white?!
WE … ARE … THE CONEHEADS … FROM FRANCE
Haha, the exchange student just took it to a different level of awkward!!
I agree. I love that she put on a party hat too. She’s probably thinking “stupid Americans and their silly hats…”
Actually, more like “I’m somewhat perplexed. You eat a clump of colored ice, then use the paper cone as a party hat. What did I do with that emergency number to my embassy?”
hahaha! what a group of people on this site!
Probably hoping her friends and family never sees this photo of her in a wierd paper cone hat.
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