Kids

Snow Betrayal

Snow Betrayal - Kids

“My older brother and I wanted to make sure our baby bro got the most out of his first snowstorm.”

(submitted by Ana) 

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Winterized

Winterized - Kids

“This is me in the picture at the age of 12 or 13. It was common in our family to take pictures in the snow, wearing only bathing suits. I guess we liked to show off how tough we are. It’s always funny to see people’s reactions when they see this picture between other sweet pictures of my childhood.”

(submitted by Lilita)

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

Meeting Request

Meeting Request - Kids

“My girlfriend was a bit formal as a child.”

(via source)

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The Scientific Method

The Scientific Method - Kids

“As a kid, I exploded a spray paint can with an axe.”

(via source)

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The Vacation Scam

The Vacation Scam - Kids

“My daughter brought us the mail today. (It’s Sunday.) Apparently the kids have another week off from school.”

(via source)

In Kids • April 6th, 2016 • 5 Comments »

The Wilting Flower Girls

The Wilting Flower Girls - Kids

“The bride was having a perfect day. The sentiment was not shared by her three flower girls.”

(submitted by Traci)

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Terrible Twos

Terrible Twos - Family Portrait

“Some family members decided it’d be great to get a bunch of kids together for a group portrait for the grandparents. The entire idea ticked off my barely two-year-old to no end, and for whatever idiotic reason we thought we could cheer her up by taking some portraits of just her with an oversized “two”–she’s always been a little model for the camera. She actually started with a smile but as soon as the photographer went to snap the picture she just a meltdown. The photographer immediately went to erase the digital image but I yelled “NO, I WANT THAT ONE!” The result was what I’ve always coined “pretty much the ultimate portrayal of a two year old.” You have to love the gleam of the tear coming down the face.

My daughter is 9 years old now and I still have an 8×10 of it displayed in the house. She thinks it’s the greatest picture in the world.”

(submitted by Danielle)

In Family Portrait • April 6th, 2016 • 1 Comment »
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