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    My ds is 13 weeks off turning 4. He still wears size 1 with the odd 2. He started pre prep last week and the smallest uniform was a size 4. The top came down past his knees. I have adjusted them to fit. We had him investigated because of his size (FTT) and because he had a fits. It turns out that is just who he is. If worried ask your gp to refer you to the pead at your local hospital for a full check over. I might just give you peace of mind.

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    My two boys.
    DS1, born 39 weeks 50cm and 7p6o. At 2.5yo was 14kg and 92cm. At 6yo is 117cm and 19kg. He is in year one and still wears size 3/4 shorts.
    DS2 born 39 weeks 48cm and 7p2o. At 2.5yo he is 88cm and 10.9kg. He still wears size 00/0 shorts as he is fully toilet trained so has no nappy to hold his pants up...

    Keep in mind mine are boys- which should be a good kilo heavier than girls. The 2.5yo is a good 750gm off the bottom of the charts He eats like a sparrow and has been on various nutrtional supplements. I had a shopkeeper say to me a few weeks ago- "He's too little to be walking!" um he's 2.5.... "oh hes tiny"

    Its hard you feel like your parenting is under the micropscope...


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