Mom & Dad

Nude-iversary

Nude-iversary - Mom & Dad

“This is a photo of me and my family over ten years ago. We were celebrating my parents’ 30th wedding anniversary and even though I was fresh out of the shower and wrapped in a towel, they wanted a picture. Nothing says ‘Congratulations, Mom & Dad’ quite like appearing naked behind their anniversary cake.”

(submitted by Stephanie)

In Mom & Dad • February 24th, 2017 • Add A Comment »

Headroom

Headroom - Family Portrait

“My parents had gotten divorced and Dad got remarried right before this was taken. Between the families there were nine kids: my siblings, half-siblings, and step-siblings. The adults had decided to take portraits with all the different family combinations. If I remember correctly, there was lots of arguing about which kids should be in which photo. I think this photo captures our response to the drama.”

(submitted by Kate)

In Family Portrait • February 20th, 2017 • Add A Comment »

The Viking Compromise

The Viking Compromise - Family Portrait

“I wanted to get family portraits done. My husband did not. This was our solution.”

(submitted by Nicole)

In Family Portrait • February 20th, 2017 • Add A Comment »

The Friendly Stingray

The Friendly Stingray - Mom & Dad

“My parents made a new friend on vacation.”

(via source)

In Mom & Dad • February 20th, 2017 • Add A Comment »

Done With It

Done With It - Family Portrait

“This the last photo from our one and only professional photo shoot with my mom’s side of the family. I have no idea why my grandfather is completely turned around or why my mom and I are lifting up my dress.”

(submitted by Andrea)

In Family Portrait • February 16th, 2017 • Add A Comment »

Booth Chill

Booth Chill - Mom & Dad

“At my daughter’s wedding we had a photobooth were everyone took goofy, silly pics with funny glasses or hats. When my husband’s parents did theirs, they looked lost! No smile, no changing poses, no nothing.”

(submitted by Jennifer)

In Mom & Dad • February 14th, 2017 • Add A Comment »

Making Faces

Making Faces - Family Portrait

“Yeah! The first photo, I’m the one making the ridiculous face. Those were for the church directory and the photographer kept saying: everyone smile now! And I kept making silly faces. My mom was so mad when she saw them! This one was the most normal of the bunch.”

(submitted by Rachel)

In Family Portrait • February 10th, 2017 • Add A Comment »
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