View Poll Results: Size clothes your baby wore when born

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    DD was 7lb 9oz 54cm and wore 0000s for about 3-4 weeks however she NEVER fit 0000 Bonds onesies. Bonds sizing is tiny! She is 00 now at 21 weeks but 0 in Bonds - their sizing seems to be way off in my experience!

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    :wub: the bubba pics! dd came home at 2weeks old, and went into 3 0s. before then she wore the hosptial clothes

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    My son was just under 2.4kgs when born on 38 weeks.
    We had to buy premmie stuff as he didn't fit into anything. He is almost 9 weeks old and is in 0000 and just starting to fit into some 000.

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    DD was 9lbs 9oz and 53cm. She went straight into 000 as none of the hospital clothes would fit her :/ however at 14 mths she is still only in 00 to 0

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    into 4 0's for a few weeks then was to big lol.
    second was in them for ages

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    5x0's for about a month.

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    Straight into 0000 at 8pound 8 (3.8kg), would have squeezed into 00000 the day he was born but that's about it!

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    N was born 39.3weeks 2.8kg 49cm and 00000 fit him perfectly. At three weeks he's only now fitting into 0000 and standard newborn nappies.

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    oooo here for about 3 weeks than 000.

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    DS was 4kg and 52cm, he fit into some 0000 clothes (depending on type/brand) but was mostly in 000. I bought alot of 0000 clothes that went to waste as I didn't anticipate DS being as big as he was lol


 

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