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    He is 13.5kg and I have NO idea how tall (bad mum) I'll measure him when I get a chance and report back

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    Quote Originally Posted by swizzlestick View Post
    He is 13.5kg and I have NO idea how tall (bad mum) I'll measure him when I get a chance and report back
    Thank you

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    Bumping for any others that might have one

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    I forgot to come back with DS's height, he was 85.5cm about 4 weeks ago. We are heading in to check him in the MB duet in a few weeks so I will report back then

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    Awesome! DS is almost the same height!

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    I love mine! I have been using it for 7 weeks now. Its beautiful to push. My 4.5 year old can fit in it, he is 105cm. My 2 year old and newborn are very comfy in it, I didn't get the bassinet I had planned to but ran out of time and you don't need it, and this is coming from someone that had a bassinet for my other kids.

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