The older couple sitting at the front isn’t having it. They’ve had enough photos of them taken over the past few decades and all they want is to get out of their formalwear.
Pantyhose and button-downs — out, getting to a bed where they can comfortably watch Perry Mason reruns — in. And honestly — we want the same thing. Very relatable, folks.
if there has ever been an absolutely frightened baby, this is the one. Now, as to why she is so scared, our guess is as good as yours.
We brainstormed a bit but so far our best speculation is that she's still learning how to use her face. She needs to log into her little baby brain that fully-open eyelids, raised eyebrows, and downward-pointing lips mean "scared". We hope the data is all there now.
Nursing Home Nativity
Is this some kind of Nativity Scene? Are we looking at a manger with some barnyard animals coming to greet the son of the Lord? In that case, where is baby J?
Also, why did this picture make the cut into the photo album when two out of the four people there don't have their eyes fully open? That doesn't sound like Christmas spirit.
Where's Your Costume, Dad?
Did Dad miss the memo about the family dressing up as Teletubbies today? From left to right we have Po, Laa-Laa, Dipsy, and a certain SOMEONE who was supposed to wear purple and be Tinky-Winky but decided to spoil the fun.
At least it looks like Laa-Laa man has had too much fun on his own to notice the lack of cooperation.
The Family That Gets Distracted Together...
This article is full of people not looking where they're supposed to look, inadvertently creating an awkward moment, but this is by far the strongest example of the bunch.
What was it out there that so deeply captured this family's attention? Was it a bird? Was it a plane? Was it an optional backdrop that had even more floral patterns?