Baby and Parent Lookalikes!

You pretty much expect your baby to come into the world resembling or your partner, right? (Because who else would she look like — the cat?) But you’ve just got to see how uncanny the similarities are between these parents and their babies and toddlers. You’ll be asking yourself who’s who!
ByKylie McConville
Updated
Jan 2017
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Photo: Lori Richmond / The Bump

Baby’s biggest “Surprise!”

How awesome is it that mama and baby both nailed the shocked face within their first few months?!

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Photo: Danielle Goldman / The Bump

Squeeze-worthy button nose

Don’t you just want to give them both a kiss?!

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Photo: Priscilla Morris / The Bump

Big, beautiful eyes

Does it get any cuter?! (No, the answer is no.)

 

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Photo: Sandy Lemon / The Bump

Pinchable cheeks

They’re good enough to eat!

 

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Photo: Jennifer Penrose / The Bump

Grade-school grin

Now that’s a hundred-watt smile.

 

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Photo: Jamie Koch / The Bump

The perfect pout

Watch out, Angelina! You’ve got competition.

 

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Photo: Lisa Hill / The Bump

Mischievous laugh

Can’t even image how difficult is to get mad at that face!

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