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Will my daughter look more like me or her dad?

Will my daughter look more like me or her dad?

However, several studies since then have shown that most infants resemble both parents equally. One study even suggests that in the first three days of life, the baby looks more like the mother—but she will tend to say the opposite, emphasizing the child’s resemblance to the father.

Why do some babies not look like their parents?

Even where children’s genes look identical to their parents, their bodies and minds could well differ, influenced by many other factors, including the portions of the parents’ DNA that don’t code for genes, their environment, and their behavior.

How do you know if your daughter looks like your daughter?

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You periodically examine your daughter like she’s up for “Best of Breed” at Westminster, searching for some resemblance— any resemblance. You compare head shape, eyebrow length, nostril size, ear height, hairline, toe hairs, armpits, knee pits, and foot soles, and still come up empty.

What do you say when your daughter yells “Leave Me Alone”?

When your daughter eventually yells “Leave me alone !” the looks may become more than just suspect, and you feel compelled to say at an inappropriately high volume, “Don’t talk to your father that way, Daughter. You are my daughter. Don’t talk to me, your father, that way!”

How can I get my daughter to stop contacting me?

Make it clear to your daughter that you would like to have a more adult type of relationship with her that is based on more than her contacting you only when she needs something. You want her to need you, not just what you can offer her materially (I presume).

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How can I Help my Daughter with her mental health issues?

On the other hand, if your daughter is open to working things out then go for it. That would be quite wonderful. Consider seeing a therapist with your daughter if you both feel that this would help. Go forth slowly, carefully and with a well-intentioned heart. Remember that in this case patience is a virtue.