Siblings

The Price Of Cooperation - Family Portrait

The Price Of Cooperation

“This is a photo of my family. It was quite awkward. My 4 year old brother refused to wear a shirt. My grandmother has a 3×5 foot tapestry of this hanging in her house.”

(submitted by Alex) 

Just For Kicks - Pregnancy

Just For Kicks

“This photo is of me and my family at my sister’s baby shower. We were trying to all get our hand on her belly to feel the baby kick, but there wasn’t enough space for all our hands.”

(submitted by Amy)

One Haircut Fits All - School Photos

One Haircut Fits All

“That’s me on the right. I’m glad I got to wear the “Little Mermaid” dress because it was the only way people could tell I was a girl. I was in kindergarten, my brother in the middle was in second grade, and my brother on the left was in fourth grade. Somehow we all wound up with identical hair cuts. Luckily, Mom pierced my ears shortly after this photo was taken. I had endured people calling me my brother’s name one too many times.”

(submitted by Kate)

What Happens At The Bar Mitzvah - Siblings

What Happens At The Bar Mitzvah

“This is a picture of me and my brother at his bar mitzvah. What the hell was the photographer thinking? And why did anyone in our family not burn this?”

(submitted by Becky)

An Important Lesson About Belts - Kids

An Important Lesson About Belts

“This was me and my brother at our aunt’s wedding. His pants were too big for him, but we thought he’d be okay. Of course, his pants came down…at the altar.”

(submitted by Kiely)

Not Not Smiling - Siblings

Not Not Smiling

“The Lion Tamer – mother kept the bout takes. This was our first time not NOT smiling.’

(submitted by Emily)

Where Rainbows Come From - Birthdays

Where Rainbows Come From

“My Mom has always been artistic when it comes to decorating cakes, but this one will always be my favorite. ‘Jeffaroonie’ didn’t appreciate it as much as the rest of us.”

(via source)

Hiding Place - Siblings

Hiding Place

“This is a photo from my wedding. My sister was surprised when the photographer told her that this is not a common post-wedding shot.”

(submitted by Amy) 

(Almost) No Girls Allowed - Kids

(Almost) No Girls Allowed

“This is my son’s way of saying his sisters aren’t allowed in his bedroom but his mother is.”

(via source)

Smiling Not Allowed 2 - Behind The Awkwardness

Smiling Not Allowed 2

“Camp Nicaragua. This photo was taken around the same time as the political uprising that was going on in Nicaragua in the late 80s. Mother would tell people we were a bunch of refugees she had taken in.

(submitted by Emily)