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    yep kept on getting bigger... and cooking longer as well!! all full term..
    DD1 2.8kg DS 3.04kg DD2 3.52kg!

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    Ds1 - Born at 39wks - 7p9oz
    Ds2 - Born at 40+5wks - 9p5oz

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    Ive heard this too. Do they know why the second is generally bigger??? Now I'm nervous coz dd was 9p. Ouch for the next one!! Eeeek

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    eek i hope this isn't true!! my DD was 9p 11oz... I hope this one isn't bigger.. i was actually hoping she will be a bit smaller!

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    My second was smaller But not by much.

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    Nope. DD1 born at 40+1 8lb10oz induced.
    DD2 born at 36+6 6lb9oz spontaneous.

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    Totally wrong for me

    My Ds was 8 pound 8 and my Dd was 6 pound 10.

    They both arrived a few days early

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    ds1 was 3.7kg (3 days overdue) and ds2 was 4.2kg (9 days overdue) so true for me

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    i think it all depends on the person and baby. dd1 38wks 7lb11oz 47cm, dd2 39wks 10lb9oz 52.5cm, dd3 37.5wks 7lb7oz 47cm. baby #4 due in 3 weeks and after scans 2 weeks ago, we think about 8lb. no reasons for dd2 to be so big, i suspect gestational diabetes as i failed first test, but passed seccond, but other than that, she was just a big girl.

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    My babies were pretty much the same weight - #1 was 7'4 and #2 was 7'3...xx


 

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