I'd say Georgia in coloring, and Olivia in the eyes and mouth, look like their dad. Especially around 2 years old, kids often look like their dads, even if later they don't (it's apparently an evolved trait in the human species -- keeps the male nearby and protective during the time the mom is unable to hunt and gather, if he can recognize the kids are his). Whatever they look like now, count on their features to evolve and change their appearance over time. I have a nephew that was the spitting image of me when he was 3, people always thought I was his mother even when my sister was standing right there. Now he's 18 and doesn't look like me, not much like my sister, and, in fact, barely like his dad. You can't always count on a resemblance lasting.
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