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Embrace The Blowout

Embrace The Blowout - Kids

“Mom made me poof up my hair and take this picture for my Dad for fathers day back in 1987. I post this on her Facebook page every single Thursday as a little reminder how the 80’s affected us. Every Thursday she deletes it and tells me how much she hates me. Sorry Mom, embrace the 80’s. Don’t be ashamed!”

(submitted by Blair)

In Kids • October 21st, 2016 • Add A Comment »

Big Stick

Big Stick - Kids

“This was at a company picnic. A friend snapped this picture of my daughter and I. It wasn’t til I got home that I realized that a friend’s kid was holding a rather large stick in the background.”

(submitted by Vanessa)

In Kids • October 20th, 2016 • Add A Comment »

Mixer Remix

Mixer Remix - Mom

“The mixer didn’t work, so Mom improvised.”

(via source)

In Mom • October 18th, 2016 • Add A Comment »

Waking The Dead

Waking The Dead - Kids

“While visiting Boston last summer, we decided to walk through a historic graveyard. My husband was taking photos, and my youngest son decided to yell ‘Cheese!’ at the top of his lungs in the quiet historic graveyard filled with quiet respectful visitors. I was attempting to quiet him down. I have no idea what my oldest son is doing. There is just so much going on in this picture.”

(submitted by Jessica)

In Kids • October 18th, 2016 • 1 Comment »

Beefcake Recreation

Beefcake Recreation - Dad

“For my dad’s birthday this year we decided to recreate his 80’s calendar picture.”

80s dad 1

(submitted by Madison)

 

In Dad • October 17th, 2016 • 2 Comments »

Signed, Dawn

Signed, Dawn - Mom

“Mom just got a smartphone for the first time. (Face palm.)”

(via source)

In Mom • October 17th, 2016 • Add A Comment »

Where Babies Come From

Where Babies Come From - Babies

“When my Mom went into labor she didn’t make it in time to the hospital and she gave birth in the parking lot of the emergency room. Dad had to leave my mom and run inside to notify the staff. After everything happened the hospital gave my Dad a shirt. Well fast forward a couple months later he thought it would be a good idea to wear the shirt to church on the day I was baptized. My Mom (standing next to him) was trying to not look disappointed. The shirt reads, ‘I know where babies come from.’ Even my Godmother and Godfather look disappointed. My Dad is the only one smiling.”

(submitted by Claudia)

In Babies • October 11th, 2016 • Add A Comment »
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