Kids

Meeting The Bunnies

Meeting The Bunnies - Dad

“When I was about 11 years old, my family visited the Playboy Casino in Atlantic City. Everyone got their pictures taken with the Playboy bunnies, including me. What I find hilarious is my ‘Sun Your Buns’ t-shirt from Florida.”

(submitted by Sara) 

In Dad • July 7th, 2016 • 1 Comment »

An American Privilege

An American Privilege - Kids

“This is a school assignment I completed when I was six years old. I blame my artistic choices on my five older brothers, and I was under the impression that ‘voting’ meant cheering your leaders in battle. The best part is that this was published in the school year book.”

(submitted by Ariel)

In Kids • July 7th, 2016 • 1 Comment »

An Easter Possession

An Easter Possession - Easter

“This photo has baffled my family since it was taken on Easter 1984. When my mom got the photo back, she immediately had me try to pose like this and I couldn’t. We’ve never figured it out. No photoshop, and I assure you I am neither possessed by a demon nor anywhere near that flexible.”

(submitted by Sarah)

In Easter • July 7th, 2016 • 9 Comments »

Open Your Eyes, Kid

Open Your Eyes, Kid - Kids

“First year participating in t-ball and this is the photo! When we asked our son what he was doing with his eyes he said,  ‘the photographer told me to open my eyes more.’ I guess you can say he followed directions well!”

(submitted by Melinda)

In Kids • July 7th, 2016 • Add A Comment »

Sun DMC

Sun DMC - Kids

“My parents were worried that I couldn’t clap along to music, so they enrolled me in a hip-hop dance class. (I’m the one in the middle.)”

(via source)

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Denim Diva

Denim Diva - Kids

“My fifth-grade picture. I picked out the outfit AND the hair. I now wish I had gotten a second opinion.”

(via source)

In Kids • July 6th, 2016 • 1 Comment »

Maroon 5

Maroon 5 - Kids

“My mother must have ransacked the Sears catalog to purchase these Sears Tuffskins maroon denim outfits (with white top-stitching) for all five of us kids. She got matching outfits for herself and Dad, who aren’t in the photo. Then we all went to Six Flags Over Georgia, where we were mistaken for – on multiple occasions – either a gospel group or a a country music band. As the eldest child (12) and only girl…I was completely mortified and spent most of the day dragging 20 feet behind my family. Flash forward 44 years and it is now my brothers’ and my most ‘precious’ (and totally hilarious) memory! Embrace the awkward!”

(submitted by Pat)

In Kids • July 6th, 2016 • 2 Comments »
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