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Dad Life

Dad Life - Photos

“Life as a dad.”

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In Photos • August 27th, 2016 • Add A Comment »

Batman and Robin

Batman and Robin - Photos

“That time in the 60’s when my dad stood in line hours to “meet” Batman and Robin, only to find out they were cardboard cutouts. Dad is visibly salty at this discovery.”

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In Photos • August 26th, 2016 • 1 Comment »

Color Coordinated

Color Coordinated - Friends

“My friend checked into a random hotel and this happened.”

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In Friends • August 26th, 2016 • 3 Comments »

The Runaway Letter

The Runaway Letter - Kids

“A friend of mine found a runaway note she wrote to her parents after they accidentally forgot her at church.”

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Wild Side

Wild Side - Wedding

“The towel wrap was a gift to the bridesmaids, but it ended up looking like we just left a bath house.”

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In Wedding • August 26th, 2016 • 2 Comments »

Ballet Blunder

Ballet Blunder - Kids

“Dad didn’t know where to put my tutu.”

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In Kids • August 26th, 2016 • 2 Comments »

Baby Doll

Baby Doll - Awkward Galleries

“Los Angeles-based photographer and new mom Laura Izumikawa has found creative inspiration in naptime, dressing her 4-month-old daughter, Joey Marie Choi, in costumes while she sleeps. The outfits and props are mostly derived from pop culture icons like Jon Snow, Pikachu and Beyoncé, as well as movies and TV shows like Stranger Things and Star Wars.

Izumikawa had planned to sleep while her daughter slept, but quickly found this wasn’t right for her. “I would end up just staring at her face all day and night because I was just so in love,” she told The Huffington Post. “Because Joey slept so deeply, I thought it’d be fun adding little props on her just to send some hilarious pictures to our parents. It was a way to memorialize her growth and little milestones.”

The fun project quickly gathered over 30,000 Instagram followers.

For Joey’s part, the costumes don’t bother her and she usually sleeps through it. “A couple times she’s woken up while I’m dressing her up, but she’ll just look at me a little dazed and then fall right back to sleep,” Izumikawa told The Huffington Post. “I really hope she’ll see the photos and videos in the future and have a good laugh. Hopefully she’ll see how loved she was.”

Izumikawa hopes her project will encourage other parents to express their own senses of humor.  “I hope that these photos and videos will make people smile and also remind parents to have fun with their kids and not get too caught up in the seriousness of parenting.”

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In Awkward Galleries • August 26th, 2016 • 3 Comments »
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