And they said it would never work.
(submitted by Jen)
Sometimes, it’s the only way to get them to talk.
(submitted by Jennifer)
Grandma & Grandpa were proud of their “close” family.
(submitted by Michelle)
Because they can.
(submitted by Amy)
“My mom sewed clothes for the family as I was growing up. Since our family sang together in churches in Indiana and Michigan in the 70’s, she had the grand idea of making red polyester suits with a hint of orange Polka dots (along with the awesomely huge bow ties). Gotta love ya, Mom! And BTW, I’m the little boy next to dad. Today, my family of 7 children all play in our own family music group, but without the polyester.”
(submitted by John)
“It was the 80s. My dad thought it was a good idea to take a picture in the woods with snow. The look on his face doesn’t validate the brilliance of the idea. Mom chose the color of our shirts. Apparently she expected more of a tropical setting.”
(submitted by Tommy)
You should have seen his high chair.
(submitted by Nina who tell us this is aerialist-acrobats Frankie Vincent, wife Rose & son Nikki in 1951)
This is why humans shouldn’t be allowed on the couch.
(submitted by Olivia)
(submitted by Mary)
The rare combination of a photo session and a game of musical chairs.
(submitted by Sarah)