When Tennessee mother Michelle Hall got married on Saturday, she wasn’t the only one getting a kiss. Her 4-year-old daughter, Anderson, decided to get a smooch of her own, too, and surprised everyone when she planted one on the ring bearer, Ike.
“I set up the entire wedding party for a formal shot as I do with every wedding, and then asked the bride and groom to kiss,“ photographer Leah Bullard told The Huffington Post. “Since Anderson had been calling herself the bride the whole day, she assumed I was referring to her and went in for a kiss too. It was a memorable moment that had everyone in tears laughing.”
“My sister and me on the first day of school. Apparently I went to school with Willy Wonka and my sister with Zach Morris at Bayside!”
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“It is obvious what the look on my face is saying…”Give me an inflatable Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle blimp for Christmas, or I will burn the house down.” Guess what? I got it!”
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“My mother (top middle) grew up in Southside Chicago to parents who immigrated from Poland. There are tons of these family photos of my mother and her siblings posing with my grandpa (the one in the ushanka). My uncle Pauly, who was about 13 in this photo is always posing with either a beer or a cigarette. I don’t know, but looking at these photos makes me wonder if everybody was drunk through the 1970’s. I, however, have photos of my grandpa and I posing with kielbasa and ushankas, so I suppose the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree.”
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Grandma preferred to do her judging from afar.
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“Does this make me a bad mother?”