Family Portrait

A Kiss On The Cheek

A Kiss On The Cheek - Family Portrait

“The photographer told him to love on his mommy, so naturally…”

(submitted by Nathan) 

In Family Portrait • March 8th, 2016 • Add A Comment »

Unbreakable

Unbreakable - Family Portrait

“My two sisters had leg injuries and my dad had two partially fractured vertebra because he fell down the shed in our garden. (Everybody is doing good though and they will be fine soon!) My dad had the great idea to take an early Christmas photo to send our friends and relatives to show how happy we are. My mom and I added our own dressings to fit into the picture.”

(submitted by Sebastian in Germany)

In Family Portrait • March 7th, 2016 • 1 Comment »

Nightmare Before Christmas

Nightmare Before Christmas - Christmas

“This was our family Christmas card. Trust me there are many more gems like this one. As we finished Thanksgiving dinner, we all dreaded the coming family photo, to embarrass us for many more generations. The things that some mothers do to their children border on child abuse.”

(submitted by Andrew)

In Christmas • March 7th, 2016 • Add A Comment »

Welcome To The Gun Show

Welcome To The Gun Show - Family Portrait

“This pic was taken of myself, my two little brothers, and our father in the early 90’s. Apparently, we felt the need to show off our lack of muscles!”

(submitted by Gina)

In Family Portrait • March 7th, 2016 • 9 Comments »

Silent Rebellion

Silent Rebellion - Dad

“My Mom forced my Dad to get his picture taken in the early 80′s. Years later, I discovered his silent rebellion.”

(via source)

In Dad • March 3rd, 2016 • 1 Comment »

Mom Wanted Twins

Mom Wanted Twins - Family Portrait

“This is a photo of my boyfriend when he was two years old. Why does he match that doll? Why is there a lit candle in the middle of the train? Did the photographer provide the doll and matching outfits? We will never know.”

(submitted by Kirsten)

In Family Portrait • March 2nd, 2016 • Add A Comment »

Grabbing My Attention

Grabbing My Attention - Family Portrait

“I’m a photographer at a Sears Portrait Studio and I conned my mother and her new husband to come get some photos  made with me. I was having difficulty smiling without making the squinty-eye face.  I guess my mom was getting tired of waiting on me to finally get my act together, so she reached up and grabbed my boob to make me laugh.  This was the result. I couldn’t make that face again if I tried. Not surprisingly, this is my mother’s biggest and most natural smile in the whole 2 hour session! Mom’s poor new husband doesn’t even know what he got himself into…”

In Family Portrait • March 1st, 2016 • Add A Comment »
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