well jess really has a treat for you today - embarrassing childhood photos! you're going to love every single one of them.
Hey guys! I'm Jess and I blog over at Pleas(e) and Carrots. I blog about pretty much everything, like peeling skin off strangers, ghosts, my daily routine, setting off alarms in McDonalds, and big black hairy pigs, so when Steph told me I could do a guest post on her blog, I was so excited and immediately began pondering what the heck I was going to write about. I've noticed that Steph sometimes posts cute childhood pictures of herself (like in this post) and also that she likes lists... so I decided to combine the two and bring you:
1. They made you take a family picture no matter what mood you were in. Case in point, the below picture. It was apparently my party, and I decided to take literally that I could cry if I want to (I'm wearing the crown). Also, Savanna wasn't in much better a mood, judging by her screaming, and Kaylee was digging for treasure. Thanks Mom and Dad (and Dad, that tank top is styling by the way).
2. They made you sit on the Easter Bunny's lap, no matter how terrifying he was. Seriously with that rabbit guys?
3. They invited Barney to your birthday party. It was the coolest thing ever at the time (and to me it still is!), but my brother Cory, whose birthday party Barney attended, doesn't find it amusing now, especially since we post this picture on his Facebook wall every couple of months.
4. They made you do chores. Ugh, how dare they set us up for what real life is like?! Man, if I knew back then what I know now, I'd enjoy the minimal chores my parents gave me, like unloading the dishwasher. Now I have to clean the whole house myself? That's crap!
5. They made you wear huge Dad-like glasses that covered half your face. My sister Kaylee below (aka Froggy from The Little Rascals bahahaha) and my brother Cory were forced to wear these. I, fortunately, did not need glasses until I was almost 16.
Okay, so really this was an excuse to show off super embarrassing pictures of my siblings. I actually had a pretty awesome childhood if I do say so myself. If you want to see what I look like now, or tell me embarrassing things your parents did to you as a kid, come visit me at Pleas(e) and Carrots!