Thursday, December 11, 2008

Rylan vs Carson

Rylan (left), Carson (right) around 2-3 months old. Definitely related, definitely brothers.


Camille and Bryce 7:27 AM  

They do look so much alike! Oh how freakin' cute. I can't believe he is getting so old! How does pregnancy go by so slowly but then when they're born they grow so fast (or so I have heard!) Miss you guys a ton!

Dan and Anne 8:23 AM  

They could totally pass for twins! I always wonder what Beckett will look like when he gets a little older... you at least kind of know with Rylan!

Adrienne Urvina 1:49 PM  

Definitely related. Two handsome boys. We came to the PV Ward a few weeks ago. We missed you. It was when you took Carson home. Hopefully we will see you soon!

The Mendes Family 2:56 PM  

And definitely super cute! Rylan has grown so much so fast, he is adorable!

Kalie (+ the Jesse Boys) 10:29 PM  

Wow that's a strong resemblance, they must be brothers! How cute to see a baby picture of Carson...he's getting so big so fast. Both boys are super cute too.

chris...reese...paige 11:20 PM  

Seriously...major similarities! Can't believe Ry is over three months!! Now, I'm going to compare Paige and curiousity is peaked...

Aim 6:54 PM  

I see so much of you and your Mom in Carson, and so much of your Dad in Rylan am I crazy? I don't know, maybe I am. But the are both darling.

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