Posted by: DD | April 12, 2009

DO NOT DOUBT THE POWER OF IRISH DNA

Their personalities couldn’t be more polar, but there are definitely some physical characteristics that they share. Funny, huh?

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Even down to the drip of drool on the chin.

Spooooky.

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  1. Holy crap! That’s amazing.

  2. wow!

  3. Ah HA HA HA HA HA! (My evil laugh). My 1/2 Italian, 1/4 German, 1/4 English husband thought his genes would prevail. I laughed at him. Now we have lovely little girl who looks JUST LIKE ME. And I look JUST LIKE my Irish father. Irish DNA cannot be beaten. Sadly it is accompanied by bad teeth and heart disease. Even more sadly, although my daughter looks like me, she acts just like her father!

    Irish DNA does make the cutest babies on earth, doesn’t it?

    • That it does, a, that it does.

      In defense of those Tell-a Germans*, I look like my father’s side of the family. Very German.

      * You can always tell-a German; but you can’t tell them much.

  4. That actually makes me quite happy!! Hubby is just too cute for words and I was hoping our kids would look like him… although I gotta say I’m glad the French FINALLY prevailed in something- my daughter looks TONNES more like me than her bio-dad!! 😀

  5. That is spooky! Also adorable 🙂

  6. Oh, they’re sweet….

  7. WOW! Those are some gorgeous youngin’s!

  8. There’s no question that they’re related, that’s for sure!

    I’ve been doing the same with our latest: comparing photos of her to pics of her sibs at the same age, and it serves to amaze me how quickly they all grow and change.

  9. Oh, the ache. Beauty!

  10. That really is crazy.


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