Not Again

January 27th, 2017

Not Again - Kids

“Pretty happy with how our pregnancy announcement turned out.”

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Loud And Proud

January 27th, 2017

Loud And Proud - Kids

“Bought my 7-year-old cousin a bracelet-making kit. Found this on the table the next day.”

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Pretzel Sleep

January 27th, 2017

Pretzel Sleep - Couples

“My boyfriend took this picture of me while I was sleeping last night.”

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January 27th, 2017

Bangin’ - Kids

“This is a photo of my mom when she was in 6th grade.Not sure who her barber was but they may have been blind.”

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January 26th, 2017

Quasimodo - Photos

“I renewed my driver’s license. Thanks to the idiot who stamped the photo, I’m now Quasimodo.”

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‘Pickiest Eaters Club’ Lets Moms Commiserate About Kids’ Eating Habits

January 26th, 2017

‘Pickiest Eaters Club’ Lets Moms Commiserate About Kids’ Eating Habits - Awkward Galleries

As most parents can attest, the table is one of the main battlegrounds in the parent-child relationship. Some kids just refuse to eat certain things, often for the weirdest reasons, or even no reason at all. For example, if we were having applesauce, I needed it served in a separate dish. If applesauce were on my main plate, seeped over to my burger, and soaked into the bun, mealtime was OVER.

Parents can try negotiation, compromise, bribery, subterfuge, threats, or outright begging, but whatever the outcome, everyone’s stress level is going to be elevated. Thankfully, the blog Mommy Shorts is here to help. They asked parents to supply their kids’ oddest and most frustrating eating restrictions, and the results are hilarious.  If you’re a parent, or a child, or a former child, you’ll find something familiar here.

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Coming Up Short

January 26th, 2017

Coming Up Short - Kids

“At age 5, I wanted to go into the photobooth alone. It was my first attempt. Twenty-five years later I saw the results.”

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