This past Monday, here in Ontario Canada we celebrated Family Day. It’s an official day off designated for spending time with your family, in whatever form that may be. The hubby and I spent it enjoying a quiet day together just hanging out, nothing too exciting this year (but it was still very nice).
In honour of that special day, I wanted Vintage Photo Tuesday to be all about “Family Time” in the 1940’s and 1950’s.
1940’s family photo with grandma (and can we take a moment to admire the hat on the one lady..wow!).
Paying a visit to Cleveland Park, 1940’s.
Coming together over food is a tradition in every family, big or small.
“Little boy blue, come blow your horn”.
The family boat ride. I hope the photographer did not eventually fall off the boat.
Going to the beach, is always a fun idea.
Me and My Gal, spending some quality time together.
Beautiful days are meant for picnics in the woods.
Adorable little girl and her dad time.
Many families also consider pets, part of the family (I know my family does).
A couple and their beloved boxer.
When TV started to enter the home, family time moved in front of it (and hasn’t left).
If you have siblings, you may have been forced into the “lets put you in matching outfits and pretend like you all love each other” photo. Ahhh family time, sometimes it can be awkward.
This family has great Atlantic City Boardwalk style, but I do feel like they kind of wish they were not taking this photo (another awkward family moment).
And that concludes Vintage Photo Tuesday for this week, hope you enjoyed it. Next VPT will be all about “Trips” as march break quickly approaches.
Have a great day friends!