Dad Snaps Picture Of Daughter On Day She’s Born, Then Takes A New Photo Every Day For 3 Years

by Caralynn Lippo
Caralynn is a writer, native New Yorker, TV enthusiast, and dog mom to Hobbes.

Kids grow up in the blink of an eye — or, in little Cora’s case, in 2 minutes and 28 seconds.

Cora is the 3-year-old daughter of Steve Dumouchelle, a man with a penchant for photography.

Steve decided to put together a special project to commemorate his girl getting older: a photo collection with pictures of Cora taken every single day since she was born.

Steve began taking the pictures (close-ups of Cora’s adorable face) the day of her birth, in January 2014. Over the course of the video — shared by Steve on January 2, 2017 — Cora goes from a brand-new, freshly born baby, to a wide-eyed and smiling blonde toddler.

What’s truly incredible about this video is that Cora’s eyes don’t change very much at all!

Despite how different she looks from the first frame to the last, you can tell that she is the same little girl by just looking at her eyes.

Little Cora isn’t the only member of the Dumouchelle family to get the “Picture Every Day” treatment.

Steve started the trend by taking a photo of himself every single day. His most recent update was a compiled time lapse of every selfie he took over the past decade. Even Cora’s older brother Ray got the same treatment. The most recent video depicts Ray aging over the course of six years.

What do you think of this amazing family project?

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