Well, every now and then, we open our inbox and hear from one of our classic AFP families. Tim Wright sent in this awesome recreation of their pole-rrific original.
(via The Wright Family)
“My 1st grade son was asked to draw a picture of his family for Spanish class – this was when we realized maybe my husband was a little stressed out.”
(submitted by Corrie)
“My parents had a traveling puppet show that my sister and I grew up performing in from ages 8-18. This is one of our promotional pictures of us with a puppet we worked together, named… Cool Ray. YES. Kids could buy a picture for $ .25. And did. I’m on the left, apparently sporting the same hair as the puppet.”
(submitted by Amanda)
“This is from my five-year-old son’s kindergarten workbook. They were supposed to write the last letters for rhyming words. When I asked him about it, he said ‘Oops! I meant to write a G! Haha!’ At this point he has no idea what word he actually wrote.”
(submitted by Priscilla)