Cracker Jerk

June 7th, 2016

Cracker Jerk - Dad

“My father was supposed to take my sister and I to get our pictures made. I am supposed to have on a matching jacket like my sister’s. He left it in the car and rather then admit he flubbed, he just told the photographer to let the picture roll. That is why I have my picture professionally made in a Cracker Jerk Tshirt. That and our mullettude makes this photo very awkward!”

(submitted by Amy)

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No Stroller Required

June 7th, 2016

No Stroller Required - Babies

“Parenting, done right.”

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Know Your Audience

June 7th, 2016

Know Your Audience - Mom & Dad

“This was an ad I found in a parenting magazine.”

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The Roaring 20s

June 7th, 2016

The Roaring 20s - Dad

“My father went to a 1920’s-themed business party. Guess which one is him.”

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Hand Replacement

June 7th, 2016

Hand Replacement - Siblings

“Mom posted a picture to Facebook and people asked what was wrong with my hand.”

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The Mummy

June 7th, 2016

The Mummy - Kids

“This is a photo of my younger sister, (mummified), my older brother, (proud as ever), and me (“I didn’t do it”).  My favorite part of this picture is how, even though you can’t see my little sister’s face, you can tell she is smiling in a very “TA-DA!” way, and I can only imagine how proud she was to be our model. I don’t remember when this was taken, but I can look at the craftsmanship in the placement of the streamers, and the excellent color blocking techniques, and I know that’s my fabulous work – my brother must have been the project manager/supervisor. My siblings and I have talked about recreating this picture for our mom now that we are all in our 20’s, but it has been really hard to drum up this collection of oddly specific t-shirts.”

(submitted by Meredith) 

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The Joys Of Motherhood

June 7th, 2016

The Joys Of Motherhood - Uncles, Aunts, & Cousins

“This is how my aunt feels about raising her kids.”

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