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Making It Rain

Making It Rain - Dad

“My husband and I were on vacation in Florida with our boys. I thought a photo of them at the picnic table was a cute idea. Important detail: my youngest son was being potty trained at the time. I had him in an over-large t-shirt with his training undies off after a day on the beach. When my youngest decided to pull up his t-shirt, I went ahead and took the shot anyway with his dad happily unaware of what was happening behind him.”

(submitted by Gina)

 

In Dad • March 14th, 2017 • Comments Off on Making It Rain

Big Dad, Little Baby

Big Dad, Little Baby - Babies

“My dad is a big man, and I was a little baby. The details in the couch including a juice box sliding between cushions, and a crack in the wall covered with tape, both highlights our living situation back then. Our house may not have been rich, but the love was. And I promise I didn’t just get done breastfeeding with him!”

(submitted by Nianna)

In Babies • March 14th, 2017 • Comments Off on Big Dad, Little Baby

Twin Trouble

Twin Trouble - Dad

“Our family was at Arctic Roadrunner (a burger place in Anchorage, Alaska) when I captured this shot of my husband Jim and our 2-year-old twins, Hank and Annie. Daddy and Annie are having a blast while Hank stands in the foreground clearly not a part of the inner circle. Also his Daddy cut his bangs way too short a week ago so things just aren’t going his way lately.”

(submitted by Sarah)

In Dad • March 10th, 2017 • Comments Off on Twin Trouble

Spit Take

Spit Take - Babies

“My father trolling me, circa 1981.”

(via source)

In Babies • March 10th, 2017 • Comments Off on Spit Take

The Uncomfortable Pause

The Uncomfortable Pause - Babies

“When you run out of things to talk about.”

(via source)

In Babies • March 7th, 2017 • Comments Off on The Uncomfortable Pause

Ramble On

Ramble On - Dad

“I’m on the left, next to my mom, my step-dad, and my sister. We’re at my mother’s family reunion. My step-dad was mad that he was being forced to go, so he got rip-roaring drunk before we went. My mom was trying desperately to maintain the happy facade (notice she has an on-the-verge-of-tears look), I was ready to kill them all just for living, and my sister was happily unaware of it all. As long as she was rockin’ the mullet, life was good.”

(submitted by Samantha)

In Dad • March 3rd, 2017 • 1 Comment »

Downward Dad

Downward Dad - Dad

“My Dad recently took up yoga and I had to share.”

(via source)

In Dad • March 1st, 2017 • Comments Off on Downward Dad
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