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AFP Hall Of Fame

Armed and Endangered

“My aunt and uncle in the mid 80’s.”

(submitted by Dominic)

Hello My Pretty

“My sister looking like she’s gonna tear my head off when I was an infant being held by my dad.”

(submitted by Erick)

Got Her Goat

“One of our goats and I are both pregnant with twins and due the same week. I made her dress up and take maternity photos with me.”

(via source)

Taking The Plunge

“My daughter collected toilet plungers when she was little. None of them ever met a toilet, face-to-face, she just liked them. She always wanted to see the ‘plunger section’ of any given store we went to. She painted the handles on some of them and would frequently line them up as her opening act for the puppet shows she would put on.”

(submitted by Dan)

The Chug

“My favorite picture of my parents on their wedding day. 1991.”

(via source)

Holy Smokes

“My senior picture, 1984.”

(via source)

Black Hole Sun

“This is a photo of me with my sisters.”

(submitted by Darsa) 

U Jealous?

“My brother at homecoming in 2001. No laser background, but his face is priceless.”

(via source)

Clothing Optional

“This is a photo of my family.  There’s plenty going on in this, but the best part is that the photographer positioned me, in a shoulder-baring black shirt behind my black haired mother… immortalizing me on my parent’s wall as the weird naked girl photobombing this family picture.”

(submitted by Camille)

AFP Loves This Family

“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)