By Brandon Longo

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – If this is not the most Philly thing ever—we don’t know what is!

A father in Philadelphia decided to track the size of his newborn son in a very unique way: using cheesesteaks.

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Credit: Brad Williams

Williams, who is a computer programmer, says in a blog post that what started out as a joke turned into a monthly tradition of cheesesteak measuring of his son Lucas.

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“When Lucas was 2-weeks old I shared a picture online showing his size in comparison to a cheesesteak,” said Williams in the post.

The years worth of photos are below.

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Credit: Brad Williams

But by Lucas’ second birthday, the cheesesteak might just be a thing of the past. ( Say it ain’t so!)

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“After his first year I decided to stop taking the monthly picture, mainly because Lucas was quickly growing a dislike for cheesesteaks. I tried to take a picture of him with a cheesesteak for his 2nd birthday, but as you can see below he wasn’t having it.”

See the video HERE.

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Credit: Brad Williams

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