“My first day of school, age five. Please notice my older brother, face down on the pavement behind me. Not quite the same excitement about school.”
(submitted by Madison)
Even sounding like you have money can’t buy you love.
(submitted by Keith)
“When I was in first grade I did a ventriloquist act in the talent show at school. When it came time for school photos, we were given the option of including a prop in our portraits, so I thought it would be a great idea to be photographed with my dummy. I was secretly terrified of that thing and couldn’t sleep if it was in my room.”
(submitted by Taylor)
Each sold separately.
(submitted by Blaire)
Showing us where his outfit was made.
(submitted by Janey)
“We were touring our new house while it was under construction in 1989. I was 4. My parents were taking pictures of various rooms and I was wandering. Then this happened in a hallway.”
(submitted by Austin)
You will learn to love Christmas.
(submitted by Amy)
“My grandmother owns a store in the town I grew up in and every year she enters a float, representing the store, into the summer parade. Of course, this meant that I had to be on every one, usually in some ridiculous costume. I think that this was by far the most embarrassing year though. I’m the waving cherry on the far right and my cousin, on the far left, took the smarter approach and didn’t show his face for the entire parade.”
(submitted by Treg)
“In my own defense, my son didn’t actually hit the tree branch, though I have no answer for why he isn’t wearing pants.”
(submitted by Anthony)
If these two can find common ground, then anyone can.
(submitted by Anna-Marie)