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Father's Day photos: The progression

Every year, we head to the beach around Father's Day, and my wife takes basically the same picture. We missed a couple of years, but here's the update:


My son obviously is getting bigger, but am I getting weaker?

Does anyone out there remember some parable about an Indian boy and a calf? Something like: If a young boy begins by lifting a calf, and continues lifting it as it grows, he'll be the strongest man on Earth?


The last year I'm even taller than him?

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