View Poll Results: Size clothes your baby wore when born

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    20 54.05%
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    4 10.81%
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    0000s suits for 3 weeks, then 000s. They were very 'average'.

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    My little prem was too small for 00000!

    Here's a pic of him when he was in the SCN wearing a 00000 onesie:

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    My DD was born on due date and was 3.14kg. She was in 5x0 for 2 months then 4x0 for a while to.

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    My DD was a premmie too - 2.01kgs born. 5x0 for three months or so (they were way too big at first) and then moved slowly up from there (she is 21 months now and still only 0 - 1!!)

    The pic below is her at 3 months in a 5x0 suit!!

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    000 for all 3 of my children. They were all 9+ pound born and are longer than average so it was for the length more than anything.

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    4 x 0 but with the sleeves rolled up, so they were too big on her.

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    Both were in 4x0 but they were to big on them

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    DS had one 00000 outfit, which I luckily took to the hospital. It fit him perfectly, 0000 were a little big but didnt look hideous lol!

    He was 7pd10oz and 51cms.

    He fit that 00000 outfit for about 2 weeks, I didnt buy anymore though just used the 0000.

    The 5 x0 was from best & less and I find their sizing to be a little bigger.

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    Son was 0000 and daughter was 00000

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    DS was 4.5 weeks prem and was easily in 5x0 even though he was 6.3 pounds or 2.8kg. They fitted for a few weeks, but found he'd grow out of all sizes in length first too.
    I also found the bonds wondersuits would need to be in a size bigger than other brands or they didn't last very long.


 

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