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    DS was 10lb6oz and went straight into 000. I took one 0000 and it was way to small.

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    I haven't read all the replies but thought I would mention that if you har a long bub I don't recommend Bonds wondersuits.. For some reason they seem to make these short.

    Target brand ones are better if you have a tall bub :-)

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    DD was 3.8kg @ birth, lost 400gm. Was in 0000 til 8ish weeks! Now at nearly 5months she's in 000 & bonds 00.

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    DD1 was 3.56kg, and was in 0000 until she was a couple of weeks old. DD was 4.02kg and was straight into 000, no way would she have fit into 0000. She's 11 days old now and is still in them and probably will be for a while


 

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