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Returning Fire

Returning Fire - Christmas

“This is a Christmas photo shoot of my three boys, then ages two, four, and six. They were supposed to be posing around that box, which was a place holder for their soon-to-be-born sister (the photographer was going to Photoshop her in after she was born). We were trying to get the boys to look at the box in awe, but they didn’t understand. Then one of my sons found a crabapple¬†and threw it right at the photographer…”

(submitted by Liana) 

In Christmas • March 22nd, 2016 • Comments Off on Returning Fire

The Hunter Becomes The Hunted

The Hunter Becomes The Hunted - Random Awkwardness

“Nobody knew the mountain lion was lurking behind him until the photo was developed.”

(submitted by Austin)

In Random Awkwardness • March 22nd, 2016 • 4 Comments »

The Language Of Love

The Language Of Love - Mom & Dad

“My Mom and Dad at the renowned French chateau in Chambord…with some keen exchange students who seem to have been separated from their group.”

(submitted by Allyson)

In Mom & Dad • March 22nd, 2016 • Comments Off on The Language Of Love

You’re Next, Chris

You’re Next, Chris - Kids

“Kids write the best apologies.”

(via source)

In Kids • March 22nd, 2016 • Comments Off on You’re Next, Chris

Ready To Roll

Ready To Roll - Kids

“I told the kids to get dressed so we could go to the store.”

(via source)

In Kids • March 21st, 2016 • 4 Comments »

Daughter Brawl

Daughter Brawl - Family Portrait

“This pretty much sums up my childhood. I’m the blond on the left burying my head in my sister’s lap while she gets in a cheap shot. The youngest is fish-hooking my other sister while my mother looks on and laughs My father is letting everyone know what his future looks like with four daughters like these.”

(submitted by Linday)

In Family Portrait • March 21st, 2016 • Comments Off on Daughter Brawl

Bean Machines

Bean Machines - Family Portrait

“My grandmother worked at the Blytheville (AR) Canning Company when I was a kid (owned by Bush’s). At one point, she presented us with matching shirts for Showboat Beans… I’m guessing “Bean Machine” would be powered by flatulence? My mother had the grand idea of a (rare) family photo of us in said shirts. I’m the little kid on the right who can’t close her mouth (still true). IDK if my brother was sticking his tongue out at the photographer or if it had been at me. My mom’s 70’s-era hair is just awesome, as is my dad’s porn-stache (which was usually accompanied by a full beard that he’d just shaven–scaring the bejeebies out of 3-year-old-me). My grandmother passed away ten years ago, and this was a treasured photo still proudly on display in her house when we emptied it out.”

(submitted by Beth)

In Family Portrait • March 21st, 2016 • 1 Comment »
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