If he couldn’t blow out the candles, his father was always there to back him up.
(submitted by Christina)
Dad celebrated our nation’s independence in his own unique way.
(submitted by H)
Dad was feeling a little too relaxed about fatherhood.
(submitted by Anna)
Halloween may be over, but that doesn’t mean we have to put away the costumes.
(submitted by Beth)
“Notice my dad in the background laughing hysterically at my poor brother.”
(submitted by Ann Marie)
They could never understand why the boys weren’t interested.
(submitted by Tyler)
Apparently, someone wasn’t patriotic enough.
(submitted by Ken)
“This is my family circa 1976. It looks as if we are all just a figment of my dad’s imagination, and I’m sure there have been many times throughout our lives that he wishes that were the case. My dad has always been the levelheaded one in our family and this picture represents the fact that, when my mother, brother, or I were entertaining any sort of naughty behavior, there was always the vision of my dad lurking over our shoulders.”
(submitted by Hollye)
Photoshop conspiracists, please start your engines.
(submitted by Jeremy, who is standing by to defend his photo)
See the original “Great Bambini” here: http://awkwardfamilyphotos.com/2009/10/14/the-great-babini/
Dad thought they would warm up the baby’s room.
(submitted by Kevin)