Just because we agree to wear it doesn’t mean we’re going to be happy about it.
(submitted by Mariann in Hungary)
Oh dear. They do NOT look happy.
Wonder how many M & M’s they had to use to bribe them just to put the darned caps on!
PS… when I was 7-8(in the early ’60′s) we went to a family friend’s wedding at a Cath. church. At the time, females had to wear head coverings; at church. But at the reception, my mom still made me wear it our of respect even tho we weren’t Catholic The hat in question was “UG-LEE” &didn’t fit right. I HATED it. But what I hated more than looking like a dork, was that other kids thought it was dorky too….as in 3-4″why are you wearing that funny looking hat?” questions. I recall convienently forgetting it, then losing it.; but my mom kept at it. No therapy required tho! LOL! I think it’s true that in many cases, kids DO know when they are sticking out; what fits in, what doesn’t. They don’t know the bigger picture, but by 7-8 they know what ISN’T cool.
Bless their hearts… they knew without doubt that this photo was to adorn the walls of their home forever and a day.
With the child on the right, what happened with his haircut? It looks like it was only half done.
Awkward in *so* many ways
“Mad Hatters” made me laugh so hard… I snorted….
“American Gothic”…the early years!
OMG! My thought exactly!
I get the same look from my dog when I dress her up for Halloween!
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