Photos

Look At It - Babies

Look At It

These two are considering having one of their own.

(submitted by Natasha)

The Fender Bender - Family Portrait

The Fender Bender

“Lombard Street, San Francisco, CA, 1997. While touring the Crooked Street on foot we were witnesses to this fender bender that caused a traffic jam and uproar of tourists waiting for their chance to drive down the street. Our folks felt this was a perfect moment for a happy family portrait.”

(submitted by Tiffani)

Down In The Dumps - Behind The Awkwardness

Down In The Dumps

“This is me, posing for my father on a Sunday morning, shortly after he separated from my mom. He let me wear whatever I wanted and do whatever I wanted with my hair (opportunities that I made the most of). For some reason, he thought it’d be a good idea to take pictures of me standing in front of a dumpster. I have a whole set of these. I guess he was a bit depressed…”

(submitted by Lucia)

Stogie - Pets

Stogie

She couldn’t understand why Snuffy was always trying to smoke his treats.

(submitted by Jackie)

Family Ties - Easter

Family Ties

Every time she tries to get out, they keep pulling her back in.

(submitted by Nicki)

You’ve Got A Hold On Me - Prom

You’ve Got A Hold On Me

She was reconsidering the extensions.

(submitted by Anna)

Saturday Night Special: The Weathervane - Pets

Saturday Night Special: The Weathervane

“Bennie, we are sure, grows thumbs when we leave him. He has separation anxiety and he hates being left alone so he managed to push open a window on the second floor and scale up to the peak of the third floor. He was looking for his “people!”

(submitted by Cathie)

Saturday Night Special: Guys & Dolls - Couples

Saturday Night Special: Guys & Dolls

You should see their diagram for tomato and tomahto.

(submitted by Durby)

Double-Rs - Pets

Double-Rs

Say hello to her little friends.

(submitted by Sophie)

The Great Outdoors - Behind The Awkwardness

The Great Outdoors

“This is a photo of my sister camping in Hana, Hawaii. We lived there during our ‘awkward’ phase of 12-14. Family friends, who didn’t have children of their own, decided it would be a good idea to take 5 girls camping ages 9-13. Notice the lovely Christmas nightshirt my sister thought she should wear camping in July. She also is wearing the same braid that my mother put her hair in 4 days earlier. Jen was so filthy I think my mom burned her nightshirt when we got home.”

(submitted by Shauna)