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Jerry Seinfeld’s Children Are Growing Up Before Our Eyes

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Jerry Seinfeld’s kids are rarely photographed, but when the Seinfeld star’s children do take pictures, they definitely make them count. Just take one look at the precious few Jerry Seinfeld family photos from then and now — and that’s all the proof you need.

Jerry Seinfeld and his wife, Jessica Seinfeld, are parents to three incredibly cute little kids. Except — wait a second — they’re not so little anymore! You might recall a nearly decade-old snap of the Seinfeld family all together: Jerry and Jessica posing proudly with their young daughter Sascha and tiny sons Julian and Shepherd perched on their laps in New York City. If that’s your last memory of Jerry Seinfeld’s children, take a deep breath — because these so-called kiddos have grown up quite a bit since then.

The baby of the family, Shepherd, is now 12 years old. Julian, the middle kid, is now 15. And the eldest child, Sascha, is a whopping 17 years old; she’s nearly old enough to vote. Do the years fly by or what? Either way, time has definitely been kind to Jerry Seinfeld’s kids, as they all have somehow become even more adorable as they’ve grown older. We wouldn’t be surprised if Sascha in particular totally skipped having a pesky awkward phase during her tween years.

We also can’t get over how much Jerry Seinfeld’s children are starting to take after their famous father. From their lovely brown hair to their signature winning smiles, we can’t help but wonder if someday we might see Shepherd, Julian, and Sascha on TV sitcoms of their own someday. If we do, we’re willing to bet that they’d all be shoo-ins for the starring roles.

Check out Jerry Seinfeld family photos then and now in the slideshow below and see how much the not-so-little ones have changed over the years.

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