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Siblings

Cake Stand

Mom left her in charge of making her graduation cake.

Mom wasn’t thrilled with the result:

But she definitely was:

(via source)

Twin Trouble

“Our family was at Arctic Roadrunner (a burger place in Anchorage, Alaska) when I captured this shot of my husband Jim and our 2-year-old twins, Hank and Annie. Daddy and Annie are having a blast while Hank stands in the foreground clearly not a part of the inner circle. Also his Daddy cut his bangs way too short a week ago so things just aren’t going his way lately.”

(submitted by Sarah)

Death Stare

“Alright. I’m the one on the left with the sweet bangs, and probable curling iron burns on my forehead. Let’s analyze this:

1. The denim. Why, Mom, why?
2. Stain on my stepdad’s knee.
3. Several excellent examples of leaning, particularly my casual elbow on my stepdad’s knee.
4. And the absolute best, my sister’s face. We are all happy to announce she isn’t a sociopath.”

(submitted by Eliza)

Rubbing It In

“My wife is spending a week back home with her family. She sent me a picture of herself and her two sisters and mom having lunch. I responded accordingly.”

(via source)

Brother Photobomb

“My daughter wanted a ‘serious’ picture with her friends, but her brother photobombed it. I can’t stop laughing.”

(via source)

Gift Discrepancy

“Sometimes life gives you a puppy and sometimes it gives you socks. Christmas 2016.”

(submitted by Suzy) 

A Midsummer Night’s Nightmare

“This is a picture of my mom, my sister, and me. Guess whose idea it was.”

(submitted by Caren)

Last Action Heroes

“I’m on the right my brother is on the left. It was the middle 80s. All I can say is I fully hold Stallone and Van Damme responsible for this. We tried. We failed. Miserably.”

(submitted by Edward)

Ramble On

“I’m on the left, next to my mom, my step-dad, and my sister. We’re at my mother’s family reunion. My step-dad was mad that he was being forced to go, so he got rip-roaring drunk before we went. My mom was trying desperately to maintain the happy facade (notice she has an on-the-verge-of-tears look), I was ready to kill them all just for living, and my sister was happily unaware of it all. As long as she was rockin’ the mullet, life was good.”

(submitted by Samantha)

Stone Faces

“This is a picture of my mom and her siblings taken in 1972. I don’t have a lot to say here. It’s a little creepy.”

(submitted by Cece)