Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Who does Sophie look like?

We really can't figure it out at all. When she was born, i could see me (without the nose, thank god). Now it is not so easy so we are asking you out there. Here is a picture of each of us and please vote in the poll to the right.



Beautiful Angie

Beautiful Sophie

Me...

Thanks. I am laughing as i did this so lets hope it amuses you guys as well.

John

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hmmmm let me think now...maybe mostly Angie..but I'm thinking there has to be a bit of you, her chin is like yours..probably she'll have your sense of humour :) :) :) But she really is beautiful ..of that I have no doubt. Paula v N

Cyn said...

Tough to tell with adult pictures. I will not vote until baby pictures are posted. It's wonderful to 'meet' Angie, she is beautiful.

Sarah @ When two becomes three... said...

Look at Sophie! She is such a doll! They just grow so fast! She totally looks like her Mama. Maybe she has your feet John?

John and Angie said...

She totally has my feet. She is like a golden retriever puppy, you know how they have these huge feet they grow into :) haha.

Taryn said...

Sorry John, Angie wins this one.

Poppy said...

She looks like your beautiful wife. Lucky you, two beautiful women to love :)

John and Angie said...

Sorry honey...looks like I win!!! Don't worry...she might look like me, but she is Daddy's little girl....

MyLifeMyWorld & Growing Families said...

I say Angie......she's cute as a button too!

Michal Ann said...

I think Sophie looks like Sophie! It kinda bugs me when people claim to see identical traits in parents and children. Occasionally it's true but generally, the kid looks like the kid! Cracks me up when both sides of the family claim the same trait. On the other hand, people often marry someone who looks like a sibling. For example, both parents appear to have similar coloring and hair color. Sophie has more visible eyelid like Daddy. Are her eyes tending more toward blue or brown? Any indication that her hair might be straight or curly?

In any case, she's a doll baby! I love your fascination with her development. She IS at a great age. I found 9-18 mos most challenging because babies are mobile and for safety's sake, need almost constant supervision. I never had a "terrible two year old" partially because I could often find appropriate ways for them to assert their growing desire for independence. Looking forward to watching Sophie grow!

Wewurtskihit said...

hate to say it but she's mommy's daughter :-)

John and Angie said...

a translation...

you cannot in life decide the length, but you can control its width.

my asian language skills are for sure coming along.

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