He was 0 for 3.
You think you'll never forget those unique contours of each child's face, but I wouldn't have done any better. Man, these kids are related!
Just to illustrate, when our oldest daughter, Reese, was five months old, I took a series of pictures of her wearing a hat and a striped onesie. Because I'm cool like this, three years later when Brooke was that age, I dressed her in the same outfit and snapped a few pictures. Ditto for Kerrington, two years later. Here are the results:
Kramer Child #1 (fall 2005)
Kramer Child #2 (fall 2008)
Kramer Child #3 (fall 2010)
But those are just babies, right? And don't most babies tend to resemble each other with those wide eyes, dewey pouts, and full cheeks?
Then I noticed this picture of Brooke dressed up for as a sheep for Halloween when she was two:
And I compared it to this year's photo of Kerrington (age two) in the same costume, marveling at the similarities despite that her bangs are visible:
Please tell me that this provides a slight excuse for when I call the kids by the wrong name.