That 70′s Ice Cream Man

That 70′s Ice Cream Man - Kids

“Didn’t realize how creepy our ice cream man was back then.”

(submitted by Kim)

In Kids • February 18th, 2016 • 5 Comments »

Summing Up Mom

Summing Up Mom - Kids

“My son drew it in kindergarten (he is in fifth grade now) and we are both so tickled that so many get a kick out of it.”

(submitted by Tracy)

In Kids • February 18th, 2016 • Add A Comment »

Brace Yourself

Brace Yourself - Kids

“This is a photo of my sister and nephew at a mother/son dance. My sister had come home from the doctor a few days earlier with the brace on. Instead of staying home, she wore the brace to the dance.”

(submitted by Priscilla) 

In Kids • February 17th, 2016 • 1 Comment »

Flower Girl Gone Bad

Flower Girl Gone Bad - Behind The Awkwardness

“This was my uncle’s wedding back in 1980. I had agreed to be the flower girl and did a perfect run through in rehearsal. What I didn’t expect was the doors to the ceremony opening and 500 people all standing and turning to look at me. Check out my epic pout. I REFUSED to stroll down the aisle. My sweet grandma is the one leaning over telling me to sneak through a side aisle and sit with my grandpa. The mother of the bride is behind me, probably ready to strangle me.”

(submitted by Joanne)

In Behind The Awkwardness • February 17th, 2016 • Add A Comment »

Half In The Bag

Half In The Bag - Kids

“I forgot to buy my son a lunch box for the first day of school. This should do.”

(via source)

In Kids • February 16th, 2016 • Add A Comment »

Batman Begins

Batman Begins - Kids

“My son takes his superhero role too seriously.”

(via source)

In Kids • February 16th, 2016 • 1 Comment »

Baseball Picture Day

Baseball Picture Day - Kids

“It rained on our scheduled Pony League baseball photo day, but rather than reschedule photos for a more suitable day, the photographer decided to power forward and move things indoors … or more specifically, set up the shots in the messy, drab, completely inappropriate pavilion next to the field. So instead of home plate, there’s now a dirty crumpled up paper towel at my feet. A picnic table doubles as the catcher, and the only thing the concrete wall in the background is stopping is my shadow. Due to a lack of space (or concern on the photgrapher’s part), 4 1/2 players from my team are shown patiently waiting their turn. Hopefully I still sold the batting stance with a steely look of determination in my eyes to distract from the photo’s numerous shortcomings. None of this even takes into account my era-appropriate mesh cap, messy (non-cleat) sneakers, unhinged stirrups over my socks, and crumpled hiked-up pants. It was the perfect storm of awkward youth sports photography.”

(submitted by Rick)

In Kids • February 16th, 2016 • Add A Comment »
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