This family of five has two humans, two furries, and one shell dude. Apparently, it’s a shell dudette. And while human subjects can be tough to manage, we can’t even imagine what it must be like to fit two dogs and a tortoise into one frame.
Sources from behind the scenes tell us that the pooch on the left kept trying to steal the little red hat from the tortoise and the bandana from his furry brother. Who knew he had such a passion for accessories?
Keepers of the Baby
We all know that animals can sometimes be better judges of character than most people and it looks like that's exactly the case with the two pooches right here.
Trying to save the little innocent baby from the hands of the big red man (Satan Claws, maybe?), they will pay whatever cost to make sure their job is done. Even if that cost is ruining the family photo. And besides, it looks like the photo would have been ruined one way or another with Dad's creepy smile.
Just Trying Their Best
Getting a kid to sit still can be challenging. So getting three of them to pose nicely for one picture sounds harder than trying to fit into your high school jeans.
The best these parents could do was one cooperative baby, a distracted toddler, and a kid that would much rather be playing Minecraft and isn't afraid to make it known. And that's completely fine.
Oh Cool, a Floating Baby
This ghostly family wanted to have a fun Halloween photoshoot. Putting on their best sheets, they tried to recreate something cute they saw on Pinterest. There is one thing they forgot, though — kids are terrified of ghosts.
This is how they ended up with two ghosts holding a baby skeleton and a kid who will have nightmares during the next two-to-six weeks.
We're going to let you take the lead on this one. Look at this family that was just trying to get a nice picture after Christmas mass and zoom in on the face of each of the children.
Oh, the cornucopia of emojis that could be created out of these kids — emojis we never knew we needed! Our favorites are "I'm a walrus," "I will stare daggers at you until you let me go home," and "I was promised fun. This is not fun."