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    My girls all look very different. But the baby I am pregnant with looks identical to my first son that I lost to SIDS in 2000 and very similar to my 7 year old DS.

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    My sister and i kind of look alike. Only difference is i have a rounder face and hers is more oval and we have different noses. Everything else is pretty much the same.

    Im so curious to see if ds and my little bean will look a like

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    My 2 oldest are like carbon copies of each other they are so alike. And they look identical to DH at that age.

    DS3 is completely different. He looks like me, and my dad.

    E.t.a - they didnt always look alike though, when DS2 was born he was so different and he does have naturally more olive skin where as DS1 is pale. Their features though, same eyes, noses, smile, everything.

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    DD is 7 and DS is 6.5mths. So far DS looks exactly like his big sister except he is fairer. DD's hair was/is light brown with blonde highlights while DS is blonde. Both have blue eyes but DS's are a brighter blue. DS was bigger at birth but DD grew faster and so far they have been exactly the same length at 18 weeks and 6 mths. DS has a bigger head and DD was heavier as DS has reflux and has been a feed refuser when his reflux has flared or been uncontrolled.

    DH and I have been amazed by how alike they are.

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    I don't know as dd2 is just a baby. All 3 have blonde hair and blue eyes.

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    I've got 2 girls and 1 boy and another boy on the way. Obviously, I don't know what my unborn son looks like yet, but the fact he has a different father to my eldest children it would possibly mean he'll look different. As for my girls, they don't really look the same. There's 3 years difference between the two. The eldest one looks like me and the younger one looks like her dad. My son and youngest daughter look similar though.

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    Mine all have the same nose..but I dont think you would pick them as siblings in a photo line up.

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    Well I only have one atm but I'm one of three girls (plus a big bro as well).

    My older sister has dark brown hair, brown eyes and olive skin.

    I have medium brown hair, hazel eyes and light skin.

    My little sister has red hair, blue eyes and pale freckly skin.

    We all have the same mum and dad

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    My boys look a little bit similar in facial features, but they have different colouring, and different body types. And their personalities are worlds apart!

    I've also been asked if my eldest has a different father, and to the PP who asked how that is asked politely?- it isn't, people are just darned rude!

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    I have 3 girls and 1 boy and I am constantly getting comments about how alike they are and how they all look like their father. Dd2 is a teeny bit different to the others as she has hair like mine where the others are all the same like their dad's.


 

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