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    Default How old for size 0?

    Is my DD big? When I take her out and about, people always say how cute she is and ask how old. When I tell them, they seem surprised.

    She just turned 14 weeks yesterday, and is wearing size 0 now. The fit is a little baggy, but fits perfect in the length of body and arms and legs. Her feet are a bit small in the wondersuits though.

    When did everyone else's bubs fit a size 0?

    Oops, wrong section. Mods, can you please move this to parenting?
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    Mine wore size 0 when she was about 3 months.

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    Ds1 was in size 0 at about 8-9mths. Then size 1 by a year old.

    Ds2 is a fatty. He was in size 000 at birth then 00 by 3 mths. Then well and truely in size 0 by 5-6mths. He is in size 1 now and is almost 9mths old.

    I have a photo of ds1 in a size 000 singlet suit at 7mths old. I struggled to bust ds2 into the same suit at 4mths.
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    I think around 9 months she fit into size 0 tops. But bottoms always a bit baggier.

    Doesn't really matter what size they are between birth and 12 months. My health nurse told me as a general rule is that by the time they're 1 they should roughly triple their birth weight.

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    My 19 month old wears a size 0

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    My DS is 15 months old and wearing 00/0. But he is also on the 10 percentile for his weight. You should talk to your community nurse or GP if you are concerned but all babies are different and on the growth chart it's about thier growth curve not the numbers

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    My DS is 4 month and going into 0 clothes. He was a big baby born and hasn't stopped growing! By comparison my DD was in 00 at 7 months, and still in 0 when she turned 1. They are all different, there is so many different kinds of normal at this age!

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    My DD2 just turned 5 months and she's been in size 0 for over a month. She isn't even chubby but she is very very tall. I think she'll be a giant like her daddy lol

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    My DD is now 5months old & is in 0 clothes. Still baggy & she can fit in some 00 pants still but most are getting tight. DD is over the 97th percentile for height & weight for her age. I was worried about her size but my GP & health nurse have both said that as long as DD is happy there is no reason to worry - just got a tall chubby bubby.

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    Jasper was in 0s around 5-6 months. He's got a long body & been a chunky monkey. But I didn't buy many 0s as he's sped through 000s & 00s so fast I just skipped to 1s & rolled his sleeves up. I just bought properly fitting PJs.

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