That's totally understandable - and even endearing - when you're 4 weeks old and as cute as my Grandson.
But mine are without excuse as you can see in this first photo where my 16 yo "baby" decided to spontaneously give the A-OK sign to the photographer (who was actually No One since the camera was sitting on top of a picnic table set to "auto shoot").
And the worst part is that Everyone Else (meaning me...) looked great. How often does that happen when there are 17 people in the photo?
After a couple of other goofy pictures we decided to go for the serious look.
We look like we should be in the "before" pictures of an anti-depressant commercial.
On the upside, we might be able to make some quick cash by selling our photo to the site I got this from.
For real, here's a site with 962 pictures I found by searching Sad Family. And they get royalties.
Faux Paus Richness. I see opportunities for us with this. I really do.
I wonder how much we could get for the picture where one child is picking his nose?
Here's one you might find under "Hip Grandmothers".
Make that "Hip Grandmother with multiple neck rolls". I bet I could get big royalties on this from the people looking to make plastic surgery brochures.
Here's another mess-up (not sure why these are so small....click on them to enlarge slightly.) In this picture, 3yo Cooper is upset about something. Which is OK, since I didn't really care for the totem-pole look anyway.
I'm saving the Perfect Family Photo picture to show you later in the week, but I do have this one other gem. Another picture of Adeline with the fuzzy pink boots her favorite GrandMama bought her.