“Every Halloween until they’re old enough to say no, my mother makes a historically accurate Elvis costume for each of my sons. This was my middle son Leo’s first Halloween. My husband works for a Fortune 500 company in Memphis who does a fantastic family day every Halloween. They go all out, including “professional” photography. Since Leo was barely 6 months old and couldn’t sit up very well in the heavy costume, the photographer had my husband hold him and said he would crop him out of the final pic. Thankfully, he did not because this epically awkward photo was the result.”
(submitted by Elizabeth)
Out of this world.
(submitted by Meryl)
“I was trying to take a nice sweet picture of my 2 daughters (18 year age difference). And the expressions on their faces could just as easily have been seen today.”
(submitted by Gretchen)
That’s one way to blow out the candles.
(submitted by Chris)
“My date and I at the Military Ball. I’m 5’5 without heels. He’s only a year and grade younger. Now, 4 years later, he’s actually taller than me!”
(submitted by Leah)
“This is my Mom in Dec of 1959. My brother had been born in August and my Dad was overseas in the Army. She took this photo and sent it to him. When questioned, she insisted these bras were ‘in style.’ I’ve never seen another photo of anyone ever wearing one. We’ve enjoyed this photo for years, it’s time to let others enjoy it as well.”
(submitted by Leslie)
A salute from the whole AFP Family to all veterans out there… we are forever grateful for what you do.
Charmed, he’s sure.
(submitted by James)
“My 2 year old son is trying to contain his excitement about being the ring bearer in his cousin’s wedding.”
(submitted by Kerrie)
When you gotta go…
(submitted by Samantha)