No one will ever question where Jessa Seewald‘s youngest child, daughter Ivy Jane, got her looks. In an adorable post Jessa shared to Instagram, the mom of three took several baby pictures of herself and put them next to recent pictures of Ivy.
And it’s pretty obvious that both Jessa and her baby girl look a lot alike. “I’d say she looks a little like me. Especially the eyes,” the mom wrote on Instagram.
She then asked her followers, “What do you think?”
And everyone agreed. “Woah! Amazing!” her sister Jinger commented, while her sister-in-law Abbie exclaimed, “Just wow!”
In fact, one of Jessa’s good friends, Carlin Bates, even went as far as to call Ivy her twin. “She is your twin,” Carlin wrote. And many more had the same opinion.
“She is the spitting image of you!!” one commenter shared. “I think she was made on the ‘copy and paste’ setting,” another said.
And as Jessa revealed on Instagram last month, Ivy Jane has become a fan favorite in her household of five. While sharing a video of her little girl playing peek-a-boo, the proud mom wrote, “The game that never gets old. Hard to say who’s more entertained— us or her!”
“One thing’s for certain: She’s got the whole family wrapped around her finger.”
Ivy, who will celebrate her first birthday in just a few weeks, is Jessa and Ben’s first daughter. They also have two older sons, Spurgeon and Henry. The couple welcomed Jessa’s look-alike into the world on May 28, 2019.
And as the proud mom revealed above, their family wouldn’t be the same without her.
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