Dad was more of a snuggler.
(submitted by M)
“My family ALWAYS had us take a picture where we lined up all the cousins in either age order or height order (or both) and the parents woulds snap away. This is one of the height order picture. The only problem is, to see baby Nora’s proper height, someone would have to hold her upright. Apparently they thought it would be a good idea to trust her sister Becca, who was the next tallest but still only a toddler to do so. Becca obviously didn’t feel like holding onto a baby and…well…this is the result. I’m not sure what I love more: how the rest of us are completely oblivious to the fact that a baby is being dropped on her face or how the camera managed to catch Nora falling at such a slight angle away from the ground.
PS – Nora was and is fine. She made it to high school with no signs of further trauma.”
(submitted by Emily)
“This is my 8th birthday. My mom’s gift was to dress up as Cinderella, and dress up my uncles as…. I have no idea!”
(submitted by Sofs)
Ulla was about to learn her first lesson in mountain climbing… never leave too much slack.
(submitted by Ulla)
Halloween may be over, but that doesn’t mean we have to put away the costumes.
(submitted by Beth)
“This is my daughter around age 2. She was a “Baby Alive” for Halloween. I had sayings printed on the box like: “I cry, I wet, I talk back”. She hated the box. Once we started trick or treating she was ok, but unless she was getting candy handed to her, she did not want to be in the box on at all!”
(Submitted by Shannon)
A reminder to keep your eyes on the road.
(submitted by Linsey)
Survival of the fittest.
(submitted by Joseph)
Even if you’re not so sure.
(submitted by Joan)
“This is me back in 93 at the Brantford Skating Carnival. The show was beauty and the beast, and i was a piece of cutlery (a spoon). I had to wear a horrible white unitard, and everyone said i looked like a toilet seat. The worst part is when we were on the ice, it glowed in the dark!”
(submitted by Connie)