Karen Belz
December 20, 2016 10:21 am

By now, you’ve sped through all of Season 2 of Fuller House, right? Well, you might want to head back to Netflix and rewatch a few scenes. It turns out that Jodie Sweetin and Andrea Barber’s children had small parts on the show during one episode, and we totally didn’t realize it at the time.

It’s definitely sweet, since all three lead girls pretty much grew up in front of the cameras. For their adorable offspring to be able to walk around and appear on a similar set, so many years later, is pretty phenomenal.

Sweetin revealed the news during an interview with People, noting that it was pretty strange and beautiful to witness.

The daughters involved (as Sweetin has more than one) were Zoie, who’s already eight and a half, and Barber’s daughter Felicity, who is nine. Their big debut was in the episode titled “A Tangled Web,” where Candace Cameron Bure’s character DJ Tanner helps her son complete a project — and gets a bit too involved.

People / Netflix
People / Netflix

So cool, right? We can definitely see the similarities!

While Cameron Bure’s children weren’t on set, one of them was definitely visible this year — her daughter made it onto The Voice this October, and was able to show the world what she’s made of.

Seeing the children of our favorite child stars is definitely an incredible experience. We’re so glad that Fuller House decided to include them this time around!

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