“This is my Uncle Leonard and his family. Aunt LouJean was a great seamstress, and just HAD to make shirts and pants for the whole family every time we had a reunion. This was one of the CLASSIC examples. My favorite is how Uncle Leonard’s shirt looks like a permanent bib has been sewn on it, and Aunt LouJean’s shirt is almost blazer-like with the pink lapels and the pink rolled up sleeves.”
(submitted by Ben)
He was just getting warmed up.
(submitted by Kristi)
Suck on this.
(submitted by Pete)
You’ve either got it or you don’t.
(submitted by Sinyie in Canada)
Proof that you can perm a perm.
(submitted by Gillian)
You can win the bronze or mime the gold.
(submitted by Stacie)
The frame is overdressed.
(submitted by Jean)
“This is me when I was 2 1/2 yrs old and my sister was 5 yrs old. Our last name is really the Waltons and we loved to watch Little House on the Prairie as a family. Mom loved to sew and make matching outfits. This one by far was the most eye catching with the matching bonnets with the dresses.”
(submitted by Becky)
Who said there were no toys at Grandma & Grandpa’s house?
(submitted by Brittany)