Clearly, the cat did not review the proofs.
(submitted by Nancy)
We wonder who chose the costumes that year.
(submitted by Mike)
And this is his look of approval.
(submitted by Skye)
“This cringeworthy shot was taken at my Uncle’s wedding. I’m on the far right, then my dad, grandfather, and uncle and for some reason, the photographer had us try to look intimidating. Well, I’m a photographer now and do a much better job preparing my subjects for a wedding photo.”
(submitted by Scott)
Mousse is communal in this household.
(submitted by Mick)
And it keeps the baby fresh.
(submitted by Fran)
(submitted by Sarah)
This is why you visit Zacopane.
(submitted by Sue in the UK)
“This is a recent photo of a family friend in the midst of her pregnancy. Nothing says tender loving mom-to-be more than a pin up bathing suit and sexy heels. The white towel is there just in case her water breaks.”
(submitted by Marie)
“This is my husband and his younger brother dressed as clowns. Their Mother (my Mother-in-law) decided that for Mother’s Day one year that she would dress her 2 sons as clowns and have their portraits taken. So, she proceeded to dress them up in homemade outfits and her own makeup. On the way to Sears, the younger brother was crying hysterically and that is why he is not a “happy clown,” and his face is smeared. I have this picture hanging in our hallway of our home just to remind myself that I am now a part of a dysfunctional but awesome family! Now we have two sons together ages 3 and 4… question is, should I carry on the tradition?”
(submitted by Whitney)