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Joy & Austin 27 - It Would Be Smart, Which Means that Joy Probably Will Not Do It.

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Nodaknorskie
22 hours ago, tabitha2 said:

Seems to me the Duggar’s have no recessive Genes ;)  you would think with that many children there would be a green eyed auburn haired throwback from Great Great Great  Aunt Jemima Roberta Or whatever .

But can you imagine if there were the conspiracy stories that would start...lol.

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nausicaa
10 hours ago, AussieKrissy said:

Justin stands out to me as the most Jim bob. I think of all the kids he is the most "unique" looking. I can't really place him and or campare him to his siblings. Jenni and Jordyn and Jill are also ones who I don't think look like other siblings. 

He totally has JB's jawline and mouth, however I think those wide spaced distinct eyes are all Ruark. Josie and Jinger have them too. 

Jennifer is the only Duggar where I've thought, "Where did you come from?"

It is interesting how similar everyone's coloring is, especially as compared to the Bateses who are all over the place.

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StraightOuttaArkansas

I always find it so fascinating when siblings (especially a brother and sister) look so much like each other. My nieces and nephews (4 in the family, 2 boy and 2 girls) look so much alike that we have had to use outfits, changed out furniture and my son in the background at times to figure out who is the baby in some photos (printed ones that were not labeled because dates would have cleared it up, my SIL preferred gender neutral clothes so that made it extra hard). I look almost nothing like my two full biological brothers, my ex-older-half-sister (hate her if you can't tell) and I look nothing alike, she does look like my younger (half) sister though they are in no way related and as far as I know have never met. My younger (half) sister died her hair dark last year, similar to my color, and I finally see that we do share some feature, just that she was so fair skinned and blond. I actually scrolled past a photo of her on insta and though it was me, she freaked out at my new glasses because they are similar shape to hers and said it's like looking in a mirror. 🤣 I'll take that compliment (she is 12 years younger than me).

The thing that always made me wonder is that both my biological parents have green eyes, but all three of their children have very brown eyes. I know eye color is more complex than just dominant/recessive, but it made me wonder as a child.

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lizzybee

On the flip side, my two boys look nothing alike. Nothing at all. Different body type, hair color, completely different faces. My oldest is his father's twin and the little one looks just like me/my dad. 

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Iamtheway

We have friends with twingirls that are not alike at all. One is a complete clone of the mum with a narrow face, blonde straight hair and blue eyes. The other one looks just like a female version of the dad, square, wide face, brown curly hair and brown eyes. It’s like they got one kid each. :)

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10 hours ago, Iamtheway said:

We have friends with twingirls that are not alike at all. One is a complete clone of the mum with a narrow face, blonde straight hair and blue eyes. The other one looks just like a female version of the dad, square, wide face, brown curly hair and brown eyes. It’s like they got one kid each. :)

I can't help but wonder if you know the same twins I know

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Caskett4ever

My sister and I don't really look alike. I resemble my dad a lot and was often called his "mini me" when I was younger. My sister looks more like my mom with some bits from my aunts and uncles thrown in. My dad and his brother don't really look alike either, so maybe not looking like siblings runs in the family. The weird thing is how much my sister resembles my cousin. The two of them are only nine months apart and there is this picture of them when they were around three or four where they look so similar they look like they could be twins. Now that they are older, they don't look quite as similar, but still look more alike than me and my sister do (or my cousin and his sister for that matter).

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Iamtheway
2 hours ago, 728011 said:

I can't help but wonder if you know the same twins I know

That would be weird! These ones live in Sweden and are all grown up now. 

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lumpentheologie

This looks like Joy may have cut her hair.  So does one of her stories lately.  But neither show the whole head so I'm not sure.  It could just be face-framing layers, but the way it's parted suggests a bob to me. Thoughts? 

 

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CarrotCake

I think she wears a ponytail/braid and these are just some layers in the front.

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TeaELSee
On 6/13/2019 at 9:58 AM, nausicaa said:

Jennifer is the only Duggar where I've thought, "Where did you come from?"

This will probably sound weird, but I always thought Jennifer resembled the actress Jennifer Coolidge. If you don’t know who she is think Legally Blond, bend and snap.

 

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omgpleasestop

Jackson looks a lot like Jessa to me.

3 hours ago, lumpentheologie said:

This looks like Joy may have cut her hair.  So does one of her stories lately.  But neither show the whole head so I'm not sure.  It could just be face-framing layers, but the way it's parted suggests a bob to me. Thoughts? 

 

I'd love to say I agree with you, but what would she do with her hair at weddings? 

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allthegoodnamesrgone

If she had short hair how would how would we know she was a woman. 

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Purrl

I doubt she cut it too, but maybe the hairstylist at the Bates wedding convinced her to.

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mango_fandango

I remember that there was a girl in the year below me at primary school who looked very like her little brother, although she was blonde and he was dark brown haired. 

I don’t look like my brother. He looks quite like my dad. I don’t really look like my mother though. I do apparently get my looks from Dad’s side of the family. Mum, Dad and brother all have darkish brown hair and I’m a coppery kind of redhead. 

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JordynDarby5

One of my mom's friends has two daughters one had brown hair and looks just like her the other one has red hair doesn't look like her or her father but her grandfather who had red hair.

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Glasgowghirl

My parent's and my brother and sister all have brown hair and brown eyes. I look like my mum's sister and had blonde hair and blue eyes as a child, my eyes are now green and my hair became darker as I was older. 

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BachelorToTheRapture

I have 3 brothers, people who dont know them well cant tell them apart. Most people cant tell my sister and I apart when they see pictures of us at the same age. In real life, our 9 year age gap does it. Our cousins look pretty similar as well, though people can usually tell they arent as closely related. In a picture including spouses everyone can tell who's blood related. I also know exactly how I'd look if I was a guy, there are 3 with minimal differences...I do find families with more variance in how they each look really interesting.

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SassyPants

Here’s the family dynamics for my husband’s 3rd brother:

dad- fair, big round face, blue eyes

mom- Mediterranean hue, coal black eyes, oval face

daughter 1- carbon copy of dad

daughter 2- round face, fair skin, coal black eyes 

daughter 3- oval face, Mediterranean skin, blue eyes 

daughter 2’s son looks exactly like her youngest sister- carbon copy

Just now, SassyPants said:

Here’s the family dynamics for my husband’s 3rd brother:

dad- fair, big round face, blue eyes

mom- Mediterranean hue, coal black eyes, oval face

daughter 1- carbon copy of dad

daughter 2- round face, fair skin, coal black eyes 

daughter 3- oval face, Mediterranean skin, blue eyes 

daughter 2’s son looks exactly like her youngest sister- carbon copy

Also- my brother’s youngest son looks exactly like our cousin’s oldest twin boy. Again, carbon copy.

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JordynDarby5

One of my mom's friends two of her grandsons look identical twins. But their not. Their cousins, same age, their moms are sisters but not twins. 

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