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  • Beth Davis

    gorgeous mother daughter picture. do this every year and see how you change... could do with father and son, too.

  • Elizabeth Barbour - The Revitalized Business Woman

    Cool idea! Mother daughter. Take the exact same picture every year on their birthday, and see how you both change.

  • Sally O'Connor Esho

    great idea for "generations" pictures... mother, daughter; father, son; 3 and 4 genertions... how awesome are these.

  • Stephanie Teixeira-Yim

    mother daughter photo ideas..

  • Samantha Johnson-Coppolo

    Mother daughter. Take a picture just like this every year see how you both change. Keep all the pictures over the years together. ~cute idea!

  • Katie Foxley

    Mother and daughter - do this every year & see how you change. #photography #family #photo #annual #mother #daughter #child #son #father

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