Jules is a mom of triplets. A sometime blogger who once worked for internet giants (eBay, Microsoft) and runs a small business from home (Maas Publications). It's a lot. And it's pretty great.

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  1. I enjoyed your post. I love it when people try to find features of family in babies – given that babies seem to change features every few days! 🙂

    • jules.maas says:

      Thanks, Corinne. Yeah, I’ve heard that, too, but I’ve come to the realization that in spending almost every single day with them since birth, I have absolutely no perspective. There hair has gotten longer, the blue eyes faded to brown, and any shred of baby pudge is gone. But their faces have always looked the same to me.

  2. I couldn’t help but smile as I read your post, Jules. With three children of my own and eight grandchildren I have watched kids look like and change before my eyes. Looking at photos is where the fun begins – when sometimes you have to check the furniture or your style to figure out which child it is … And, of course, other people see in our kids what we don’t see. Enjoy – multiple mama! HUGS <3

    • jules.maas says:

      See, I admire that!! Being able to see the changes. Although I do also agree that the photo part is hysterical – I can see the changes you’re talking about, and the shared traits, especially in ridiculously old photos. I love it!

  3. When my oldest was little I would swear she looked like her father. Now that she is getting older I can see the resemblance to photos of myself as a child.

    • jules.maas says:

      That is what boggles my mind in the most delicious way. I can see things like that in photos, but not in real life! Crazy!

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