“My dad was taking a photo of my husband pushing our daughter on the swing, and just at the moment he clicked the shutter a kid walked in front of her and BAM. For the record: After a few minutes of crying he was fine, and the kid’s mom thought this photo was so funny that she had my dad share it with her so she could send it to her relatives. Upon seeing the photo, a friend of ours commented, “Get used to it, kid. Girls are going to be kicking you in the face for the rest of your life….”
(submitted by Christina)
Meet Broderick or as he was know then, “Broadwicket.”
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Missed but never forgotten.
“Please notice this excellent photo of my family featuring a medieval wedding gown, ginger groom, cranky grandma, exhausted mother, cardboard cut out, and the general sense that everyone has been DONE with taking pictures for at least an hour.”
(submitted by Brooke)
The real question is what happened to the rock?
(submitted by Henry in Canada)
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Guess which one of these couples is having issues.
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“I’ll have what they’re having” said the baby.
(submitted by Wendi)
“My 10-month-old was sitting in the Tonka truck and my 2-year-old wanted sit in it with him but wouldn’t fit. So I put the 2-year-old on the back of it and both boys were so cute and smiley and happy that I ran to get the camera. As I was focusing and they were both still smiling. I clicked the shutter and then both boys went toppling backwards. My 2-year-old exclaimed, “mmmKAY!” (I’m OK!) and the baby let out a single fuss. I laughed uncontrollably when I saw the picture. My husband thought it made quite the awkward family photo.”
(submitted by Alisha)