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Crappily Ever After

When Ahna Tessler, a New York City mom of 3-year-old twins realized she took more photos of her husband with their kids than her husband took of her and their kids, she decided to...

Outhouse

“My mother never did teach me how to build a snowman.”

(via source)

Twenty Something

You can always count on Mom to tell it like it is.

(via source)

Shhh…

Another solid reason not to read to your children.

(via rsashe)

Penicidal Tendoncies

When Mom, Beth Woolsey, the author of Five Kids Is A Lot Of Kids asked her twin boys to guest post a blog by picking an important topic, this is what they came back...

The New Guy

“That time my mother thought it would be a great idea to take us to Madam Tussaud’s to meet her new eight foot slash lookalike boyfriend for the first time.”

(submitted by Roxzann in the UK)

The Inauguration

“My dad was a judge for many years. This was taken at his first inauguration. I was not in the mood for yet another picture and REALLY had to pee. The look on my mom’s face says it all. Through clenched teeth she was probably saying something like, ‘Get your GD hands out of your privates!'”

(submitted by Virginia)

Twinsies

“My mom thought it would be a good idea to cut my hair like hers, get me an outfit like hers, and get our picture taken in front of a field. I didn’t.”

(submitted by Kerrie)

Motherhood

Susan Copich, actress and a mother of two from New York, has taken a darkly humorous approach towards traditional family photography with a series of daring images entitled...

Fishy

“This photo was unearthed recently from a photo album, that had remained unseen for the past 20 years. No one in the family has any recollection of when and where this photo was taken, including my mother, the person gutting the fish. In fact, up until recently seeing this photo, she would have told you she had never gutted a fish. She also asks: “Why am i wearing sunglasses? And that bandanna?” This would be an amazing photo in itself, without the absurd addition of the mystery hands (no one knows who’s hands these are!), giving the sink a good plunge. As you do, when the person next to you is feverishly gutting a fish!”

(submitted by Madeline in Canada)