“My dad and me, 38 years apart”
“My dad and his friend 30 years ago vs his son and me today”
“My husband (1978) and daughter (2012)”
“Me at 20 vs my dad at 18”
“My father and me in 1980, and my son and me in 2018”
Same nose, same hair, same glasses
“My mom and me in saris as teenagers”
“My dad’s Lebanese passport pic (early 1980s) and my youngest brother in the present day”
“My brother and his son in 1998 and 2020”
“Dad in 1972 vs me in 2000”
“Split (left: me, right: my mom)”
“My dad on the right in the 1980s vs me on the left in 2015”
“My daughter at age 2 in 1998 on the left and my granddaughter at age 2 in 2019 on the right”
“Me in the ’70s and my son a few years ago — I thank my mom for the bangs!”
“My mom (who’s Sicilian) vs me (who’s Finnish and English)”
“My mom and me in 2005 vs me now — everyone says I look exactly like her when she was a teenager.”
“My little clone! My son and me, 33 years apart. I’m his mom, by the way.”
“My sister and me in 1984-ish vs my daughters now”
My dad and me, both at age 24 and wearing the same glasses
“This is my 9-month-old daughter vs a picture of myself at 9 months.”
She recreated a photograph her mother took 29 years ago.
“My dad and I in 1st grade, then again in our 20s”
She definitely grew up to be just like her mother.
A mom in the ’70s and her son a few years ago
“I recreated a photo of my mom! 1992 and 2020, respectively.”
Both the moms and the kids are clearly family.
Similarities don’t always have to involve the same gender.
“I recreated my mom’s picture from the ’70s.”
Can you tell which one is the mother?
25 years apart: same dress, same age
“For Mother’s Day I recreated my mom’s old picture from the ’80s.”
“My mom and me, age 20”
“I always get stopped in my town in Mexico because they say I look like my dad and ask me if I’m his son. I did a comparison pic to show how I kind of understand now.”