Siblings

The Saddest Clowns - Birthdays

The Saddest Clowns

“It was my younger sisters birthday. No one remembers why we were subjected to the sad clown makeup, the baggy clothes, the fake chest hair and why our parents were so cheap they resorted to using skin space in lieu of a real card. WTF?”

(submitted by Jocelyne)

Scene Stealer - Siblings

Scene Stealer

“I was shooting a few portraits of my daughter, when my son crept in from behind and began stealing the scene. When she noticed him and turned back to the camera, I snapped this one. I thought it captured the essence of sibling rivalry.”

(submitted by Mark) 

Twin Perspectives - Family Portrait

Twin Perspectives

“There are my twins when they were about 2 years old. They still have this same attitude. He is always happy and easygoing, and she is not having any of it.”

(submitted by Hanna)

The Cover Up - Kids

The Cover Up

“My sister teaches fifth grade. Nice try, Jackie.”

(via source)

The Milk Shot - Kids

The Milk Shot

“I was drinking a glass of milk when my brother said something funny.”

(via source)

The Choker - Family Portrait

The Choker

“This is a picture of my brother and me. He is 13 years older than I am and he would constantly pick on me growing up. Apparently he couldn’t stop himself during the family photo session.”

(submitted by Sandy)

Cupcake Interloper - Siblings

Cupcake Interloper

“Two friends, just eating cupcakes. Actually, I never got to eat a cupcake in peace again.”

(submitted by Carrie)

Treebeard - Couples

Treebeard

“This tree in my sisters engagement photo is the creepiest thing I’ve ever seen.”

(via source)

The Compromise - Babies

The Compromise

“1979. The first time I had to get my picture taken at JC Penney’s with my baby brother, who had stolen my spotlight a few months before. I threw a tantrum, but then finally agreed to be in the picture. I still refused to smile.”

(submitted by Jennifer)

Suspension Of Disbelief - Family Portrait

Suspension Of Disbelief

“This is a picture of me (the little girl), my brother, and my parents. Yes, my brother is wearing acid washed jeans held up by red suspenders. Yes, my father is rockin’ the pencil ‘stache. Yes, I have the ‘I need an adult’ face. I’m not sure what concerns me more – what my parents are doing to my brother or my brother’s enjoyment of it.”

(submitted by Phuong)