Family Portrait

The Christmas Chair - Christmas

The Christmas Chair

“My mom’s family, 1963. My mom and aunt are the little girls in front row. We’re all very confused as to why the chair is the focal point of the picture. Apparently my mom’s grandmother, who took the photo, always took pictures where the people were not centered or heads were cut off. Otherwise it’s just a typical 1960s Christmas picture!”

(submitted by Shannon)

Just Shoot Me - Babies

Just Shoot Me

“One of many shots from our worst portrait sitting ever! Shoots only got more stressful when your little brother is born!”

(submitted by Nancy)

Grab Bag - Family Portrait

Grab Bag

“My relatives in India sent this picture to my Dad. I’m curious what the rest of my nephew’s shirt says.”

(via source)

Big Red - Family Portrait

Big Red

“Here’s a good one for ya lol 1992 Taft, CA.”

(submitted by brittany)

Bowing To Pressure - Family Portrait

Bowing To Pressure

“I was always a happy-go-lucky kid until that bowtie was put on!”

(submitted by David)

Rat Pack - Family Portrait

Rat Pack

“Just me and my fiancé, and three of our ratbabies Paul, Phil, and Amelie. We wanted a family portrait. We had to call every studio in town to find someone willing to do it. Only one agreed…if we snuck them in.”

(submitted by Abigale)

I Fought The Fan And The Fan Won - Christmas

I Fought The Fan And The Fan Won

“Papa got his ass kicked by a ceiling fan and his son has a decent bruise on his nose. Sister hams it up on the side.”

(submitted by Dilly)

Hot Topic - Family Portrait

Hot Topic

“I found an old pic of me and my family when I was in high school. I was such a ray of sunshine.”

(via source)

Twin Perspectives - Family Portrait

Twin Perspectives

“There are my twins when they were about 2 years old. They still have this same attitude. He is always happy and easygoing, and she is not having any of it.”

(submitted by Hanna)

Phoning It In - Family Portrait

Phoning It In

“This is a photo of my whole family. My uncle was away on a hunting trip, so my aunt gave the photographer a picture of him so he could just ‘blend him in’ to the background. Clearly this man was a professional!”

(submitted by Dana)