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Choo Choo

“I can’t believe my sister and I still fit into these outfits 37 years later.”

(via source)

Dog Pile

“I pushed my dog out of the seat so I could sleep. Later my wife took this picture.”

(via source)

Toothpaste Mistake

“Friend of mine started their day off poorly.”

(via source)

Joint Wedding

“My Dad and Uncle at their ‘joint’ wedding in the 1970s.”

(via source)

Christmas Recreation

“The original photo has been a favorite of family and friends since it was our family Christmas card 1999. Different city, different home, but we think we got pretty close.”

(submitted by Linda)

Fuzzy Logic

“I wanted this to look sweet, with my husband and I being a little blurry, and the kids looking on. The photographer snapped a lot of pictures and of course the kids were disgusted in all of them. This was by far the best one!”

(submitted by Becky. Photo by Cee Photography

The “Borrowed” License

“My friend received a surprise in the mail.”

(via source)

Twin #2

“This is a picture of my youngest brother, Mark.  He is obviously a twin.”

(submitted by Doreen)

Sinking Feeling

“This is my daughter when she was almost 2 years old. Somehow she had managed to climb into her play kitchen sink.   She was then unable to climb back out.  Of course we had to take a picture before helping her out!  We still have no idea how she managed to get in there!”

(submitted by Sarah)

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)