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    DS2 was in size 0 from ten weeks. He'll be 14 weeks at the end of the week and some are getting too tight already. But he's a big boy!

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    Ds was in 00 by 3 - 4 weeks and 0s at about 4 - 5 months I think. Now at 10 months he's in size 1 so his growth has slowed down.


    Mummy & Daddy - expanding our family! Our little man born April 2011 and now expecting another munchkin in August 2012! Loving it!!!!!

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    My DD is a little skinny minnie, she's only just gone into 0 recently and she's 1

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    9 months for ds

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    My DS1 is still in mostly 0 at 18 months. He's a skinny little thing, but tall, he can't wear any onesies that are size 0 anymore because he's outgrown them length ways.

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    My dd was around 9 months and ds is 5 months and only fits into 0 for long things but can still fit in 000 for things with no legs, he is just legs and arms

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    DD is wearing a 0 singlet onsie atm...she is 16 months lol She couldn't wear a 0 all in one though...more a large size 1.

    They are all different

    My son was in 0 by 3 months (he was 4.6kg born)...and is now one of the smallest boys in his year 2 class.

    Don't worry about the numbers

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    My dd still fit size 0 at 19 months, although they are a bit short, but she is really tiny!

    My neice is in size 0 and has been for a bit, she is 6 months.

    Its so funny seeing them in their matching size 0 bathers, as my neice is almost half dd's height and fills the bathers out more :P

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    Thanks for replies everyone! I'm not worried about her, just curious really as people seem to think she's big for age.

    She was born at 36w +6d and measured 50cm and weighed 3.2kg (about 7.1lbs). We're expecting her to be a tall kid though, I'm 5'7", DH is 6'3", his mum is taller than me by an inch or two and DH's dad is 6'10"!

    Here's a couple of pics, as you can see she doesn't look big or fat, it's only when you hold her and realise she's eye-to-eye with you but her toes are down to your waist!

    http://i658.photobucket.com/albums/u...B_75/008-2.jpg

    http://i658.photobucket.com/albums/u...B_75/013-1.jpg

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    My DS is 13 weeks old and in 000s. He's on the 50th percentile for height and weight. But don't worry! Every bubba is different

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