Larry wasn’t as enthused about his grandparent’s 50th anniversary. And yes, his real name is Larry.
(submitted by Amanda)
His cry sounded so much like a laugh.
(submitted by Stevie)
We’re with the kid.
(submitted by Tara)
“While my hubby, son, and I were playing Minecraft, my 2.5 year old daughter was playing in the playroom behind me. After a while I noticed the absence of noise, turned around, and found this sight. She had fallen asleep in the last position she had been playing in which happened to be laid out on top of my Corgi. The dog is not very intelligent and just laid there with a 35 lb toddler on top of her for what must have been 20 minutes or more. After snapping the pic I took the baby to her own bed and the dog acted like nothing happened.”
(submitted by Anna)
“I thought it would be cute for my daughter to announce to our family on Facebook that we were having baby #4. Let’s just say she was not too happy when we told her! She cried for an hour straight! So this is all I could get from her.”
(submitted by Lisa)
“Every Halloween until they’re old enough to say no, my mother makes a historically accurate Elvis costume for each of my sons. This was my middle son Leo’s first Halloween. My husband works for a Fortune 500 company in Memphis who does a fantastic family day every Halloween. They go all out, including “professional” photography. Since Leo was barely 6 months old and couldn’t sit up very well in the heavy costume, the photographer had my husband hold him and said he would crop him out of the final pic. Thankfully, he did not because this epically awkward photo was the result.”
(submitted by Elizabeth)
When you gotta go…
(submitted by Samantha)
“We were celebrating my daughter’s first birthday and this picture was snapped of my daughter, her father and her nana. She did NOT want to take any pictures and did NOT want to be held.”
(submitted by Jillian)
“This is a picture of me and my mom in 1985. Obviously my mom’s hair was perfectly coiffed, and I don’t look too pleased with it…”
(submitted by Erika)
Me: “Honey, I don’t think she can hold herself up on that pumpkin.”
Husband: “You just take the picture. I promise I’ll make sure she doesn’t fall.”
(submitted by Renie)