21 Family Photos Taken Years Apart Have Remained Unchanged


Whenever a baby is born – relatives, friends, and well-wishers ask a few common questions. ‘Is it a boy or a girl?’, ‘How is the mother?’, ‘Is the baby ok?’ or some variations of those. But amongst them, there is the question is so old that has remained unchanged through centuries – ‘Who does the baby look like?’

The relatives quickly ascertain the answer themselves after they take a look. And there are times that the baby’s look skipped their parents and matched their grandparents or even great grandparents! The likeness is simply astonishing!

Take a look at these pictures taken from various family albums and see the similarity yourselves.

#1 My dad and I; me and my son…

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#2 Father’s on the left, daughter’s on the right

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#3 The first picture shows two friends, the second — their sons

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#4 Mother and daughter: the red dress after 25 years

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#5 In 2012, this guy repeated his father’s photo session from 1976

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#6 A photo 87 years apart: great-grandmother Michelle and her great-granddaughter Lucy

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#7 A great-great-grandfather and his great-great-grandson 1917/1995

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#8 Mom and her son

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#9 A dad and his son cosplaying him

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#10 They’re both 21 here: grandfather Henry and his grandson Edward

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#11 “Dad and I in 1991; me and my cat in 2013″

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#12 Grandmother and granddaughter

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#13 Father and son at the same age

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#14 Mother and daughter: two smiles 20 years apart

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#15 A daughter found her mother’s photo at the same age

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#16 “My mom and her firstborn 41 years ago; me and my first son…”

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#17 Grandfather and grandson

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#18 School yearbooks: “My mom and I at the same age

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#19 Father and son: XX and XXI century

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#20 Photos of mother and son at 16 years

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#21 Ralph Lincoln — a descendant of Abraham Lincoln in the 11th generation

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