Behind The Awkwardness: Bones

“This is a photo of me, age 11, and my brother, David, age 15, Christmas 1970. My brother has a dislocated shoulder (wrestling), and I have a broken arm (sledriding). My mother happened to be out of town when I got hurt, and when she got home she told me to quit fooling around and “take that off,” because she thought I was faking it to get attention. Add this to my three concussions, and the 7 times my sister needed stitches in her head, and its no wonder my mom was not happy!”

In Behind The Awkwardness • October 5th, 2010 • 63 Comments »

Roll Bounce

Actually, she does have to rub it in.

(submitted by Keith)

In Siblings • September 23rd, 2010 • 39 Comments »

The Dress Code

A liberal interpretation.

(submitted by Kate)

In Dad • September 17th, 2010 • 81 Comments »

Strong D

Sometimes the rules of siblinghood get a little blurred.

(submitted by Jo)

In Siblings • September 16th, 2010 • 91 Comments »

They’re All Going To Laugh At Me

It’s easy to get emotional when you have a family that is this supportive.

(submitted by Emma)

In Siblings • September 6th, 2010 • 63 Comments »
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