Hilarious Family
And Kid Photos

Why is it that we only see the good family photos? Every mom knows that for each decent photograph of her kids, there were at least a dozen others that didn't make the cut for some reason or another! We've pulled together some of the best reject photos of families, babies and kids for this hilarious feature on family photo fails.

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A picture speaks a thousand words

Family Photo Fail - Ireland

Dad Jason, and his daughter Ireland (age 4)

Although, little Ireland seems to only need a few in this photograph... and those words are certainly telling her dad something! We can probably all play a little fill-in-the-blank, imaging what our own kids might be saying in this photograph. Possibly, "I want that chocolate milk that Mommy is hiding in her purse!" or "Let me go over there and jump in that huge mud puddle and get my pretty dress all dirty!" or, the classic, "He hit me first!"

Image credit: John Crozier Photography

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Amskeptic May 31, 2013 | 5:48 AM

Painfully boring and vapid.

spike May 31, 2013 | 2:47 AM

while looking at the photos i figured i would be the only one who thought they were not the least bit funny. i am happy to see others don't enjoy brats or their goofy parents.

Arnee May 30, 2013 | 6:53 AM

I agree with Yabow...nothing "hilarious" at all about these photos. Especially the "flipping the bird"...What am I missing here? If it's photo shopped, why bother? Pathetic.

Yabow Dabda Howish May 30, 2013 | 6:10 AM

Hilarious? I think someone may have redefined the term. These photos were anything but hilarious, but I guess when the Yahoo staffers dug through their personal photographs they must have thought these were very funny. Neither of the photos of cute little Ireland and her daddy even began to elicit a chortle.

cmb May 30, 2013 | 4:58 AM

@John, I do. It's a reminder of why I dislike the 'today' American bratty offspring of some really stupid Americans. Parents: don't bring your monsters to Europe. We don't like them unless you've trained them to behave, which you probably haven't done because you think they're cute... spare the civilized world - boorish families are disliked worldwide, and it seems America has a lock on boors.

john demirjian May 22, 2013 | 11:02 PM

Who gives a rat's behind?

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