I have to say I see a strong resemblance between them in that pic... which is odd as I'm the person who doesn't "do" faces well.
On the migraine, since I've had so many I can tell you that mostly the day after is just bleh. Even though I had to function with them on a regular basis, it was like slogging through molasses the day after. I'm very happy they seem to have mostly departed (although I recently had one so they haven't gone completely *sigh*). Hope you feel much better tomorrow.
Maybe in younger pictures it was harder to tell they were 'full' brothers...but you can sure see that they are here. All of them good-looking kids, too.
Congratulations to Mr. T on his confirmation.
And may you have a quick recovery, too.
I think as they get older and look more like their father, morphing into man-mode, they look more alike. It's been... three or four years since I had three people ask in the same week, "Same father?" Crazy. There are similarities now.
Yesterday and last night was when I got brain fog. That's what I call the day after a migraine. As Teresa put it, it's 'bleh'. This was the worst one I'd had in a long long time, although I didn't lose my vision in this one.
This losing the vision thing is new and a bit unnerving. I'd almost rather be vomiting and wanting to bash my head in with a hammer than lose my vision. I get concerned it's not going to come back. Fortunately, I have warning signs I can readily pick up on and now that there are other drivers in the family, I know I won't be stranded if I'm out and about and it happens.