AFP Loves This Family

December 5th, 2016

AFP Loves This Family - *AFP Hall Of Fame*

“My hubby is a teacher. I’m a stay-at-home Mom. We have 5 kiddos, 4 of them adopted through foster care. A long time ago, I heard our pastor point out that when it comes to kids, rules without relationship = rebellion. From that day forward, I made a promise to myself to always make relationship with our kids a priority. And that means having fun with them and having a sense of humor. We want to teach our kids that being able to laugh at yourself (not in a bad, degrading way, but in a good way) is a wonderful attribute. So, we always do crazy photos for our Christmas cards. This year, we decided to make an awkward family photo.”

(submitted by Shanti) 

Burn

December 2nd, 2016

Burn - Friends

“My friend asked her students to use the word ‘single’ in a sentence.”

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Bunny Hop

December 2nd, 2016

Bunny Hop - Kids

“This was me around 3 years old, 1978-ish. For some reason our dancing school thought that dressing up girls as Playboy Bunnies and having them dance to ‘Shake Your Booty’ was perfectly acceptable.”

(submitted by Stephanie) 

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Lego Dad

December 2nd, 2016

Lego Dad - Dad

“My son was excited to find Daddy in his new Lego kit.”

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Let It Snow

December 2nd, 2016

Let It Snow - Photos

“Maybe using ‘Let It Snow’ wrapping paper wasn’t a good idea.”

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10 Holiday Card Mishaps

December 2nd, 2016

10 Holiday Card Mishaps - Awkward Galleries

Holiday cards are supposed to be a cheerful greeting for friends and family. But everyone who’s been in one knows that getting the perfect photo isn’t easy–especially when you add kids to the equation. These ten families shared their favorite holiday card mishaps.

 

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Epic Snowman

December 2nd, 2016

Epic Snowman - Kids

“My sister-in-laws, back in the day, couldn’t have been prouder of their snowman creation. I’m sure theirs was the tallest in town, and it is obvious they used every scrap of snow they could find.”

(submitted by Terra) 

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