Trust no one.
(submitted by Ray)
This is…hands down…my favorite AFP.
LMAO. Love the comments! This pic was actually taken in Juarez, Mexico. I remember the day it was taken. We were all cranky because we wanted to be done with it, but my mother browbeated us until we stood still. We look like spooky Addams Family relatives. Ironically, our last name is Adams and my dad was born on October 31st. 🙂 Annette is on the left, Jimmy in the middle and me on the right.
It looks like someone photoshopped the same face onto all three little bodies. That dress is way too short, she sould either wear a different dress or add a pair of leggings to this ensemble.
Even as a child, Adrian Monk knew there was something out there waiting to get him.
I grew up in the late 60s/early 70s when little girls’ dresses were obscenely short, just like this. Doesn’t it kinda look like the same face was photoshopped onto 3 little bodies?
One of us… one of us… one of us…
I’m guessing someone has just shouted “For the LAST time, just HOLD STILL!!!”
Why of course we can squeeze one more year out of that dress before we have to buy a new one !
This could have been a 60s spy movie made with kids! LOVE IT
Yes, I agree! The little guy in black on the right looks like he could throw his shoe like a frisbee and bring down a villain. Such adorable kids!!
I love the little outfit the bubba’s wearing. So precious.
ah, yes… back in the times of double-breasted baby suits and dresses so short that every movement caused a wardrobe malfunction.
Definite James Bond villain material on the right. Black turtleneck, obscure symbol, shifty eyes.
In defiance against their parents, the children had agreed not to smile, but little Susie took it one step further and decide to show up pantless.
This is a funny comment!!! Thank you for that 😉
The boy on the right wears the pants in the family…….no one else.
Now that’s funny.
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