Holiday cards are only getting more and more creative, and actress Holly Robinson Peete‘s is at the top of the list. In an effort to capture some nostalgia from an earlier holiday card, the family of six re-created their portrait from 12 years ago. As you can imagine, the four Peete children have certainly grown a lot.
The 2017 version of the photo, taken by Antwon Maxwell Photography, features each member of the family in the same exact pose as in 2005, regardless of how much they’ve grown. From 12-year-old Roman precariously positioned in his parents’s arms to his older brother Robinson laying in the laps of the two eldest children, the side-by-side photos make for a hilarious comparison.
The original photo was posted on son RJ’s own Instagram account, and later re-posted by the popular pop culture Instagram account The Shade Room. Garnering a large response, Holly had to respond to the post and mentioned that it got her some bonus points with her family.
“Aww thnx @theshaderoom for giving me mommy IG cred with kids (and hubby) who were soooo salty at me for making them do this,” she captioned the photo on her account. And while she reacted to how cool her Shade Room shoutout made her feel, others reacted to how incredible her family is aging — or how her and her husband haven’t seemed to age at all.
“The kids are the only ones that aged! Such a beautiful family,” one follower wrote. Another hilarious said, “I love this!!! But I need to know how you and your husband look the same age on both photos.”
Luckily, the family’s reality series, previously titled For Peete’s Sake, is premiering for a third season as Meet the Peetes on the Hallmark channel in February 2018, where we can hopefully get a look into Holly’s secrets to keeping her youthful look. Until then, we’ll be enjoying this beautiful holiday card.
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