A Pillow That Watches You Sleep

March 15th, 2016

A Pillow That Watches You Sleep - Dad

“I gave my Dad a cushion with my face on it for Father’s Day. He loves it.”

(via source)

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Two Sides of Dad

March 15th, 2016

Two Sides of Dad - Christmas

“This is the photo my Grandmother sent out as her X-mas card in the early 70s. She didn’t like my Dad’s not-smiling face so she cut out one from a different picture, pasted it in place and sent it to the printers. Note the glue on my Dad’s face where Grandma had attempted to affix the smiling face before it shifted during printing. Still one of the funniest things ever sent to more than 200 friends and family.”

(submitted by Karrie)

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Plaid To See You

March 15th, 2016

Plaid To See You - Family Portrait

“It took Dad forever to find just the right tie.”

(submitted by Tara)

Keeping Dad Company

March 15th, 2016

Keeping Dad Company - Dad

“This is a picture of when I was 2 years old. My dad was going to the bathroom and I’d always love to join him and read the paper with him.”

(submitted by Amber) 

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Harnessing His Power

March 15th, 2016

Harnessing His Power - Family Portrait

“In 1991, I was diagnosed with epilepsy. My Father, at the time, was a photographer whose studio was in our home. After a long day of tests and hospital visits, he decided to take this photo of me in my epilepsy test equipment, which is worn over a few days… I still don’t know why he took it, but what you see here is a shirtless, awesome looking ten-year-old boy with acid-washed jeans and perfectly feathered hair.”

(submitted by Jesse) 

Punchout

March 14th, 2016

Punchout - Babies

“Circa 1983. My dad clearly has no idea whats going on. Smile!”

(submitted by Carley) 

Minus Mom

March 14th, 2016

Minus Mom - Family Portrait

“This is a family photo that was taken back in 2004. My Mom stepped out of frame to take off her glasses at the last second and the photographer (having had no warning that she was going to do so) kept shooting anyway. My Dad, brother, and I all had quite different reactions.”

(submitted by Kelsey) 

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