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    DS2 is 4 and weighs 17kg.

    If you know you are feeding her a healthy diet, lots of water and she is getting in lots of physical play then I wouldn't be concerned - if this is not the case then increasing these things will help.

    Some kids are just naturally bigger!

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    My ds (turned 5 in Jan) is 22kg and 113cm tall. He's super tall and reasonably skinny at that weight. He's probably gained 2kg since he turned 4.


 

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