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Picture Perfect

Picture Perfect - Behind The Awkwardness

“This is my family attempting to take an Easter picture circa 1986 in Mobile, AL. I love this because my grandfather is the only one looking. I’m pretty sure this is what all families look like trying to take a family picture with little kids.”

(submitted by Rachel)

In Behind The Awkwardness • February 3rd, 2014 • 3 Comments »

Lost In Translation

Lost In Translation - Family Portrait

“Our dad asked his friend to recreate our Sears family portrait and paint this masterpiece onto canvas as an anniversary gift for our grandparents.  Yes indeed, he actually PAID money for this beauty.  Nichole age 9, Desiree age 10, Andrew age 4 and Tiffani age 5.”

(submitted by Nichole)

In Family Portrait • January 26th, 2014 • 40 Comments »

Short Trek

Short Trek - Family Portrait

To boldly go into the driveway.

(submitted by Jonathan)

In Family Portrait • January 22nd, 2014 • 10 Comments »

Always On My Mind

Always On My Mind - *AFP Hall Of Fame*

“I came across this pictures of my mom’s family today. My Grandmother still thinks this picture is beautiful and doesn’t understand why people giggle about the awkwardness.”

(submitted by Elizabeth)

In *AFP Hall Of Fame* • January 14th, 2014 • 11 Comments »


Neighbors - Behind The Awkwardness

“I am not certain how or why this picture took place since I was the youngest  (being held by the ninja). However, I have been told that the ninja was in fact our neighbor, what I question is why my sisters and I were such willing participants. Hey, mom and dad- why didn’t you tell us about “stranger danger?”

(submitted by Helen)

In Behind The Awkwardness • January 8th, 2014 • 10 Comments »

Thank You For Not Smoking

Thank You For Not Smoking - Family Portrait

“My dad had a last minute idea to add a prop to our family photo.  He saw the photographer had cigarettes and decided that everyone in the photo should have one.  I am the red head bottom right with my eyes rolled up.”

(submitted by Jesse)

In Family Portrait • January 8th, 2014 • 27 Comments »

Throwing Signs

Throwing Signs - Family Portrait

“My parents are both very serious people and do not joke around. My brother and I joke about my involvement in my sorority, Alpha Phi, and my minimal commitment to my chapter. After taking a Thanksgiving family photo, my brother and I asked my parents to make the “throw what you know” Greek Alpha Phi sign with their hands and mouth. They had no idea what was happening and complied out of confusion.”

(submitted by Emily)

In Family Portrait • December 2nd, 2013 • 27 Comments »
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