A couple of weeks ago, a French woman and her husband took to social media to celebrate their daughter’s birth.
It was the first time the two had shared a birthday photo since the beginning of 2016.
On Twitter, the couple shared a photo of their newborn daughter’s head, captioned, “Happy birthday to our daughter #FouadMali.
This was my daughter #Mali, we are proud.”
It was not a photo taken in front of the house.
Instead, the photo was taken in a house in the northern French town of Sion, and captioned “#HappyBirthdayFouadaMali.”
In the picture, the girl’s head was covered by a white head covering, with a flowery hat on her head and a frog with an upside-down hat on the bottom.
The photo was posted to Twitter by the account of a French Facebook group called “Fouads-Mali,” or “Happy Birthday to the frog.”
The account was created by a woman who goes by the name “Fuegou.”
It is a reference to the French frog “Feu”, a creature that lives in French folklore and is believed to be an ancestor of the modern frog.
In French, “fou” (frog) means “head,” and “mali” (fou) means frog.
On social media, the account has received thousands of likes and shares.
The frog with the hat is named Fouad Mali.
“It’s not something that we did,” Fouad told The Huffington and CNN in an interview.
“We did it because it’s a beautiful thing to do.”
But the account itself is not a new thing.
In February 2016, a similar account called “La Fouad” was created, but the photo that was used in that account was not the same as the photo shared by the French couple.
“I thought it was too weird that we shared it on social media,” Fouads told The HuffPost.
“But I liked it and liked that people were sharing it and that it got so many likes.
I just thought, ‘Oh, it’s not that bad.'”
In a Facebook post, a woman called “Les Moussouls” shared the photo and caption, “Les Moussoulses!”
The caption was the same for the French account.
#HappyBirthDayFouadasMali” was the caption shared by Les Moussouls on Twitter, and the image shared by Fouads Mali was the original.
The caption of the original photo was “Happy birthdays to my wife #FueadMaly,” and the tweet was retweeted nearly 3,000 times.
“This was the moment that I felt the most happy,” Fouadas said.
“The photo was my way of saying, ‘This is my daughter, and I love her.'”
And the photo of her daughter on the head, which was not her daughter, was her way of making the photo even more meaningful, Fouads added.
“For us, it is not just about the photo, but also about the way it was taken,” she said.
It’s not the first instance of a photo sharing campaign for French children’s birthdays.
In October 2016, French children who live in the southern city of Lyon shared a “Foul’ birthday” photo and a caption that said, “La fête à la feu.”
A couple named “Félix and Marie” shared a picture of their son, who was born on July 2, 2017.
The picture showed a white baby with a white hat on his head and his eyes rolled back.
“He is just a baby, but we are very proud of him,” the caption read.
In May 2017, a photo that had a caption reading, “Our daughter #Bert” was shared on Instagram by “Bert and Sophie” and “Sophie and Bert.”
It showed a black-and-white photo of a baby with no eyebrows.
“Bubbles, Bubbles, BUBBLES!” read the caption, in French.
It has received more than 200,000 likes and shared nearly 2 million times.