Tongue - Christmas

Tongue

“The photographer asked us to kiss and for the kids to act grossed out. It was all good until she said “Now, everyone stick out your tongue.”

(submitted by Nichole)

Other Side Of The Fence - Christmas

Other Side Of The Fence

“Our photographer had the kids sitting on a fence posing for holiday photos. She asked them to pretend like they were laughing which made my son look ridiculous. So, his sister thought she would pretend to push him off, and then save his life to add a little fun to the moment. It didn’t really work out for her!”

(submitted by Stephanie)

Bearded Lady - Christmas

Bearded Lady

“This photo was taken by my babysitter and her husband. I did not enjoy it, as you can tell.”

(submitted by Crystal)

Christmas Spirit - Christmas

Christmas Spirit

He was just showing off his spirit finger.

(submitted by Molly)

Santa’s Little Helper - Christmas

Santa’s Little Helper

If Santa didn’t freak you out…

(submitted by Dan)

Red Santa - Christmas

Red Santa

Perhaps the chimney isn’t the best way to enter.

(via comrade)

Crash - Behind The Awkwardness

Crash

“This Christmas picture is one of my favorites..1999. Our son is in his terrible twos here. We were all posed for the annual picture, had the timer set on the camera and our son falls off the stool. His hand is in his sister’s face. Susie and I are trying to catch him and Susie is screaming something….I’ll let you fill in that blank.”

(submitted by Randy)

Nativity Scene - Christmas

Nativity Scene

Nailed it.

(submitted by Mike)

The Shadows Of Christmas - Christmas

The Shadows Of Christmas

“Each year, our family bought new outfits to color coordinate with the Christmas tree. 1988 was the year of burgundy. My dad did such a fantastic job with the lighting for this photo, it’s almost as though he was a professional photographer. Evidently, I was the only one truly happy to be there. I knew the Nintendo Power Pad was waiting for me under that tree.”

(submitted by Heather)

NOel - Behind The Awkwardness

NOel

“My parents were married just after New Years in 1983. The Christmas decorations were still up and the NOEL letters were on the fireplace. My dad doesn’t smile for pictures and you can see my mom trying to get him to at least show some teeth. The best part is that all you can see of NOEL is NO. Pretty fitting for the groom’s expression!”

(submitted by Kelsie)