George: What a wonderful baby! And he certainly takes after me, doesn’t he?
Kate: Oh, yes. He doesn’t look like me at all. He has your eyes, your chin, your. …,
George: Uh-oh! He’s going to cry again! ‘ . _
Kate: Take it easy, George. He’s only yawning. Besides, you can’t go to pieces every time the baby cries. Your mother told me you only stopped crying to eat.
George: You’re right. I shouldn’t be so nervous. We’ll have to take turns watching him when you go back to work.
Kate: Now he really is crying.
George: I guess he has my personality, too.
- Takes after: to be similar to an older member of your family in appearance or character
- At all: in any way or of any type
- Take it easy: rest, relax, or be calm
- Take turns: to do something one after the other
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