“My family ALWAYS had us take a picture where we lined up all the cousins in either age order or height order (or both) and the parents woulds snap away. This is one of the height order picture. The only problem is, to see baby Nora’s proper height, someone would have to hold her upright. Apparently they thought it would be a good idea to trust her sister Becca, who was the next tallest but still only a toddler to do so. Becca obviously didn’t feel like holding onto a baby and…well…this is the result. I’m not sure what I love more: how the rest of us are completely oblivious to the fact that a baby is being dropped on her face or how the camera managed to catch Nora falling at such a slight angle away from the ground.
PS – Nora was and is fine. She made it to high school with no signs of further trauma.”
(submitted by Emily)
He just fell asleep and when he woke up…
(Photography by Brian and Janine Killian of Peters Photography)
“Stuck my head in a toilet and got stuck! Had to be cut off with gardening shears.”
(submitted by Taylin)
“Remember those plastic easels that we had as a kid? One day while I was visiting my grandparents, my marker fell underneath mine, and it collapsed on top of me. My “concerned” parents decided to wait a bit to see if I could free myself. Mom is taking the picture, and Dad can barely be seen on the left.”
(submitted by Mitch)
Photoshop conspiracists, please start your engines.
(submitted by Jeremy, who is standing by to defend his photo)
See the original “Great Bambini” here: http://awkwardfamilyphotos.com/2009/10/14/the-great-babini/