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Public Displays Of Affection

Public Displays Of Affection - Family Portrait

“During our holiday family photo shoot this year, we wanted to recreate a cute one we got last year when Tommy was just a baby. It didn’t quite turn out like we hoped it would…next time I guess mom should avoid sticking her nose in his eye.”

(submitted by Amy, photography by Laura Parker/Happily Ever Parker)

In Family Portrait • November 20th, 2015 • Add A Comment »

Dressed Down

Dressed Down - Kids

“My husband and I were all dressed up and ready to attend the 240th USMC Birthday Ball in Washington, D.C., when our three year old decided he needed to be in EVERY pre-ball picture because he really wanted to go to the ball. Unfortunately, the only suit he had was his birthday suit. Although he did not get to go to the ball, he was so proud to have successfully crashed EVERY. SINGLE. PICTURE.”

(submitted by Nicole)

In Kids • November 19th, 2015 • 2 Comments »

Rocketman

Rocketman - Kids

“I was kind of a badass when I was a kid.”

(via source)

In Kids • November 17th, 2015 • Add A Comment »

Welcome To Arkansas

Welcome To Arkansas - Behind The Awkwardness

“During a road trip from Kansas to Florida in 1987, this was my standard pose for all state welcome signs. None more appropriate than Arkansas.”

(submitted by Derek)

In Behind The Awkwardness • November 14th, 2015 • 3 Comments »

Retaliation Notes

Retaliation Notes - Kids

“My niece is mad at her sisters. Today, my brother found her retaliation notes.”

(via source)

In Kids • November 11th, 2015 • 5 Comments »

The Dinner Bracket

The Dinner Bracket - Kids

“My friend’s 6-year-old brother is obsessed with making brackets. He now uses them to solve everyday dilemmas, such as what to eat for dinner.”

(via source)

In Kids • November 10th, 2015 • 5 Comments »

Momster

Momster - Kids

“Who knows what I was even upset about, I just love that I couldn’t even contain my emotion for more than 3 sentences. You can feel the tension build! And I’m impressed that even that young I was trying to weasel my way out of things by arguing semantics. Maybe I should have been a lawyer after all.”

(submitted by Valentina)

In Kids • November 10th, 2015 • Add A Comment »
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