Mom & Dad

Three Channels Of Love - Mom & Dad

Three Channels Of Love

“Here’s my Mom and Dad in September 1970. This was always my favorite photo from their wedding because it’s just so cornball. You have to give credit to the photographer for the picture of my dad in the TV. This was years before Photoshop, so I’m not sure how the heck he pulled this trick off.”

(submitted by Suzie)

Shouldering The Load - Kids

Shouldering The Load

“After 2 hours of trying to get the 13-month-old to stay put for family pics, we tried having both boys on our shoulders so they couldn’t get away. Well, it worked!”

(submitted by Brandy)

The Ring Strategy - Mom & Dad

The Ring Strategy

“Our family took a hiking trip and decided to take a family picture for the view behind us. Turns out I am the devil child after all.”

(submitted by Miranda)

The Dad Identity - Black And White

The Dad Identity

“My parents’ wedding day, February 1961. I think my Dad looks like Matt Damon.”

(via source)

Billing The In-Laws - Mom & Dad

Billing The In-Laws

“This is the bill I gave my inlaws for year’s worth of forced IT support.”

(via source

Dust In The Wind - Babies

Dust In The Wind

“My sister and brother-in-law wanted to snap a cute picture for their baby reveal by blowing chalk dust of the appropriate gender color.”

(submitted by Laura)

Picking A Winner - Family Portrait

Picking A Winner

“My family, the Dalys. Taken in the early 1970s. I’m the big brother. We were getting family photo at FOX studios and this was the first photo they took. My sister obviously was still getting ready. The photographer thought it was funny and my folks did too, so they had it printed. We had another taken but this one is the winner. We still talk about to this day. Here’s a photo from dad’s 73rd birthday two days ago.”

(submitted by Kevin)

 

 

Look How Much Fun We’re Having! - Mom & Dad

Look How Much Fun We’re Having!

“My parents are on vacation at the ocean and my mom sent this picture to my sister with the text, ‘Look how much fun we’re having!’ Obviously.”

(submitted by Jason)