Siblings

Tootsie

Tootsie - Siblings

“I am the little girl who looks to be about 40 years old and that’s my brother on the right. My mother wanted our portraits done and we didn’t want to be anywhere near each other so she bribed us with candy bars to stand back to back like best buds. Oh yeah, and clad entirely in denim. Why did we all have those giant glasses in the 80′s? I look like Tootsie.”

(submitted by Kristin)

In Siblings • November 19th, 2014 • 9 Comments »

Faceplant

Faceplant - Siblings

The definition of laughing “at.”

(submitted by Ana)

In Siblings • November 18th, 2014 • 1 Comment »

Yellow Swan

Yellow Swan - Siblings

This one goes out to all of the underdogs.

(submitted by Denise)

In Siblings • November 17th, 2014 • 3 Comments »

Jumping For Joy

Jumping For Joy - Siblings

So long worries and goodbye phone.

(submitted by Kate)

In Siblings • November 7th, 2014 • 2 Comments »

Middle Child

Middle Child - Behind The Awkwardness

“I am the angry girl in the van. My younger brother and mother are the two happy people posing. I also have an older brother who is not pictured but I was constantly teased about how no one likes the middle child and how my younger brother is “the baby” and “the favorite.” This picture pretty much sums up how I felt about being the middle child.”

(submitted by Jaime)

In Behind The Awkwardness • October 31st, 2014 • Add A Comment »

Happy Together

Happy Together - Easter

“The three youngest in the picture are me (far left, arms crossed tough guy pose) and my brothers. Mike (front and center) is the youngest, he was going through a real Pee Wee Herman phase at the time and Brian(far right, arms crossed, terrifying smile) is the oldest. The guy with the Bon Jovi hair, shoulder pads and tie is my cousin Pat. The 80′s Jersey stereotype is his younger sister Kelly. Judging by our faces, none of us (with the exception of Brian) wanted to be there.”

(submitted by Kevin)

In Easter • October 24th, 2014 • 7 Comments »

Sister Act

Sister Act - Behind The Awkwardness

“I caught this photo just as my oldest daughter gave an extremely forced, bared-teeth smile, and just before she almost dropped her new baby sister. Whom she loves very much, really.”

(submitted by Marc)

In Behind The Awkwardness • October 22nd, 2014 • 1 Comment »
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