Teens

Mazel Tov - Birthdays

Mazel Tov

“Found a priceless picture from my dad’s Bar Mitzvah. He’s the guy in the center holding the Playboy magazine.”

(via source)

Dear Diary - Teens

Dear Diary

“My friends complain that I disappear a lot in the middle of text conversations. The other day, I found some diaries from when I was 11. This was on the last page. I now know how they feel.”

(via source)

Boobie Trap - Dad

Boobie Trap

“She got a text from a boy asking to see her bra. Dad replied.”

(via source)

Bathroom Selfies - Dad

Bathroom Selfies

“My husband has tried to tell my son that posting bathroom selfies is not cool and not something guys do.
He decided to take one of his own too to make a point.  It was also the topic of discussion for my husband, an attorney, in the courtroom the next day. We file it under ‘parenting win.'”

(submitted by Erin)

Lost In Space - Teens

Lost In Space

“This is why my 14 year-old should look up from his phone sometimes.”

(via source)

This Much Kleenex - Mom

This Much Kleenex

A mother describes the struggle of raising three teenage boys.

(via source)

The Big Bang Theory - Behind The Awkwardness

The Big Bang Theory

At my fathers calling hours last year, this gem popped up on the slideshow, providing much needed comic relief to me and my family. I had blocked this out, and for good reason. My step mother reminded me of a spring break trip to visit them in 1996 and her suggesting we take a nice picture. I’m not sure about nice, but we certainly did take a picture.

(submitted by Allison)

Belly 2K - Behind The Awkwardness

Belly 2K

“We were so excited about Y2K that our moms took us to get our belly buttons pierced our senior year… 15 years later is looks like a poster for an after school special.”

(submitted by Carla)

Special Occasion - Behind The Awkwardness

Special Occasion

“My 16 yr old son had to get the ‘exam nobody likes’.  I thought it best to twist the (cake) knife since I’m definitely Dad of the year.”

(submitted by Joel)

The Staredown - Teens

The Staredown

“I may be bigger, wiser, and much sneakier now than I was then, but that evil glare on my younger self’s face has me convinced that you do not want to cross her. Not ever.”

(submitted by Andrea)