Family Portrait

Sly And The Family Portrait

Sly And The Family Portrait - Babies

“When I was born my uncle offered to paint a picture of me. This is not what my parents expected.”

(via source)

In Babies • February 18th, 2016 • 3 Comments »

Dog Lover

Dog Lover - Family Portrait

“This was a family photo we took this past Christmas. My brother is the only member of our family who isn’t in the relationship, but not wanting to be the odd man out he called upon his dog, Dutch, to fill in.”

(submitted by Johnathon)

In Family Portrait • February 17th, 2016 • Add A Comment »

The Momcut

The Momcut - Family Portrait

“Mom was definitely an influencer in how we cut our hair.”

(submitted by Karen)

In Family Portrait • February 17th, 2016 • 1 Comment »

Trading Places

Trading Places - *AFP Hall Of Fame*

“My husband couldn’t make it to the family portrait photo shoot. Rather than cancel, I brought a “replacement”. This is what went in all our Christmas cards. My husband’s family was not amused and he wouldn’t talk to me for days.”

(submitted by Loretta)

In *AFP Hall Of Fame* • February 15th, 2016 • 3 Comments »

The Feeling Isn’t Mutual

The Feeling Isn’t Mutual - Family Portrait

“This was supposed to be a family photo. Parenting level: Expert.”

(submitted by Dana)

In Family Portrait • February 15th, 2016 • 1 Comment »

Eyes Up Here

Eyes Up Here - Christmas

“My sisters and I thought it would be a nice Christmas present for our parents if we had a professional portrait taken of all our families. But the children were too young, and there were too many of them to get them all to look at the camera (much less smile) at the same time. The adults turned out good though.”

(submitted by Kerri)

In Christmas • February 10th, 2016 • Add A Comment »

The Winter Bikini

The Winter Bikini - Family Portrait

“My mother insisted on the bikini and wanted water in the background. The only Sears portrait studio backdrop with water was the one with the snow in the background.”

(submitted by Brandy) 

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