“This is my son. That’s me next to him. Apparently, enchiladas make you tired.”
(submitted by Betsy)
“In the 20th Century, babies were kept in cages outside windows, so they could get sunlight and air to get Vitamin D for good health. Originating in America, it was also said that these too provided more room for families who had little space in their city homes & somewhere for the child to play with toys.”
(submitted by Tara)
“Me and my brother. Dad brought car from the dump in the back of his van.”
(submitted by Noah)
It isn’t easy to intimidate when you’ve got a pussycat on your sweatshirt.
(submitted by Maria in Ukraine)
Only the strong survive.
(submitted by Francis)
“That awkward moment you first meet a relative and he wants to wrestle you.”
(submitted by James)
And they tell people they met at a wedding.
(submitted by Caroline)
(submitted by Tony in Sweden)
“This is a photo of myself from 1995. That year, we took a family trip to the Civil War reenactment in Gettysburg, PA. This man is General Grant. My father is behind the camera saying, “We’re having fun!” It was probably about 102 degrees out that day and no, I was not having fun.”
(submitted by Annie)