Faces

It’s my birthday week.

The older my face gets, the more like my mother’s it becomes.

family stories

Me, right. Mum, left

See?

There are worse things that might happen, I suppose. Like Velcro shoes.

velcro shoes

I wonder whether my wee one can see it yet?

family stories

Me, right (aged 4); Ollie, left (aged 4)

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20 responses to “Faces

  1. I love family likenesses! I also love how interesting it is when you spend ages thinking how much someone looks like someone in particular and then you see a photo of someone else from the family and wow! My brother’s little boy – for ages I kept saying how much like my Dad he looked, then I saw a photo of my sister in law as a toddler and they look exactly alike. So weird!

    • Families fascinate me. I always thought my wee boy looked like his daddy until I saw that pic of me at the same age (says a lot that I looked like a boy!!)

  2. Great photos and the family likeness is incredible! Will have to do this with my children’s photos as they look a lot like me (poor things!). #TheGallery

  3. What a fantastic idea for a post. Amazing how similar you all look! I want to try this now. I know my eldest son looks just like I looked at his age!

  4. Wow, that’s amazing how similar you all look. What a fab interpretation of the theme too :) #thegallery

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