Kids

You Can’t Handle The Truth - Christmas

You Can’t Handle The Truth

“Parents of a ten-year-old decided to be truthful about Santa.”

(via source)

The Plight Of The Youngest Child - Kids

The Plight Of The Youngest Child

“My buddy grew up with older sisters. Poor guy.”

(via source)

Bathroom Selfie - Kids

Bathroom Selfie

“This is my sister babysitting my son when he was younger. He eventually worked out the clog.”

(submitted by Zach)

When You Can’t Have A Retake - Kids

When You Can’t Have A Retake

“My friend’s daughter was not happy with her school picture.”

(via source)

Christmas TMI - Christmas

Christmas TMI

“My Mom is a principal at a kindergarten-through-ninth grade school. She received this from a nine-year-old today.”

(via source)

Helping Control The Elf Population - Christmas

Helping Control The Elf Population

“I don’t think my friend is going to do the Elf on the Shelf thing after seeing her daughter’s search history.”

(via source)

Paper Scissors - Kids

Paper Scissors

“When my daughter was 5 she decided to use her paper scissors to cut her hair. I was NOT. HAPPY. I think the face says it all.”

(submitted by Victoria)

No, It’s Not A Wig - Behind The Awkwardness

No, It’s Not A Wig

“This is what happens when your mother chops off your beautiful, long, thick, Crystal-Gayle-length hair the day before school photos in Grade 2.  She curled it under every morning.  Success was not having to break out the Aloe Vera for the accidental forehead burns from the curling iron. My hair rivals one of the stooges but it’s meticulous, I give her that. She must have forgotten to do laundry in her haste and put me in some costume that would rival Liberace’s stage clothes. And check out the glasses.  Didn’t realize I was cross eyed until this picture surfaced 33 years later.

(submitted by Krista in Canada)

My Best Chum - Kids

My Best Chum

“My son was mad at his brother.”

(via source)

The Santa Standoff - Behind The Awkwardness

The Santa Standoff

“My son had a complete change of heart when it was his turn. No amount of pleading or bribing worked. I was pretty horrified at his behavior, but something told me to order the print and I’m so glad I did. P.S. The teacher/mom in me came made an appearance. After a serious conversation in the mall chairs, we got in line to do it again and he was a happy and willing participant!”

(submitted by Nicole)