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Thumb Wrestling

“What a proud moment for mom. Little did she know that there was – No thumb sucking allowed in this picture!”

(submitted by Julie)

Water Damage

“The last thing my old iPhone ever saw.”

(via source)

Ineligible Receiver

“Our son caught my garter.”

(submitted by Michelle)

Flower Girl False Start

“Fifteen minutes before the wedding everyone was rushing around getting ready. My sister had just pulled the petals off the roses and placed them into the flower girl bucket for my niece. Not thinking, my sister then hands the bucket over to my 3 year old niece. My niece promptly dumps the bucket over almost as soon as she gets a good grip on it, while my sister looks on in horror, and my Dad (being the father of five spirited daughters) looks on knowing this was the only possible outcome! (My niece dumped it again halfway down the aisle.”

(submitted by Asia)

Two Hearts, One Love

“My husband was in a pissy mood on our wedding day and this didn’t help. You can see how into the idea of holding a sign that says “2 hearts 1 love” he was. Made me think that’s how little he loves me! None of my pictures turned out, cause he was Mr.Pissy that day.”

(submitted by Kate)

The Porcelain Pillow

“I turned 21 today and Mom sent me this.”

(via source)

Move Closer!

“The adults went mad trying to get a picture of all us grandkids. I couldn’t resist snapping a photo for myself.”

(via source)

Happily Ever After, Recreated

“The before and after pics here were taken 16 years apart. We have grown into a glorious family!”

(submitted by Kitty)

Minty Fresh

“My brother walked me down the aisle and thought I needed a mint. My (soon-to-be) husband couldn’t figure out why my tongue was blue during the ceremony.”

(submitted by Dianne)

Over The Canyon

“Family vacation around 1974. We drove all the way to California with my father taking dozens of rolls of film. By the time we did a swing by the Grand Canyon, we were all tired. We got out of the car and this is the sole photo my father snapped of us. We spent about 3 minutes there. Long enough for my mom to finish that banana. It’s glorious. We call this ‘The Banana That Lives In Infamy.'”

(submitted by Libby)