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    Default When do you stop counting your baby's age in weeks?

    I was just wondering when you should stop counting your baby's age in weeks and start using month to month?

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    Default When do you stop counting your baby's age in weeks?

    After 12 weeks.

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    Default When do you stop counting your baby's age in weeks?

    I think the rule of 2: count in hours until 2 days, count in days until 2 weeks, count in weeks until 2 months, count in months until 2 years.


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    Default Re: When do you stop counting your baby's age in weeks?

    Quote Originally Posted by Sunnybambino View Post
    I think the rule of 2: count in hours until 2 days, count in days until 2 weeks, count in weeks until 2 months, count in months until 2 years.

    This except I've never counted in hours. I've seen some people still referring to their children as 32 months (as an example) just say your child is 3! Haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by FlipFlop View Post
    This except I've never counted in hours. I've seen some people still referring to their children as 32 months (as an example) just say your child is 3! Haha
    Except 32 months is still two

    I have never counted hours either.

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    Default When do you stop counting your baby's age in weeks?

    I counted weeks till about 2 months then months till 12 months then it was 1yr and 2 yrs and so on

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    Default When do you stop counting your baby's age in weeks?

    I stopped counting weeks at 16 weeks. I still count months for my boy he is now 15 months. But when my other boys turned 2 I stopped that. Never counted hrs but I did count days prob to about 2 weeks.

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    I did weeks til 12 weeks, then months til 18 months, then half years til 4, then full years

    If someone tells me their child is 22 weeks old, or 34 weeks old I have NO idea how old they are. But if they say 9 months it makes a lot more sense.

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    Default When do you stop counting your baby's age in weeks?

    Thanks for the replies everyone

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    Default When do you stop counting your baby's age in weeks?

    I think after 16weeks.

    After then people started doing it for me (I'd say 17 weeks, theyd say 'so.. About 4 months)

    I still count in months (DD is 27 months) but that's because I think there is a big difference between 24 mnths & 35 months. Both are technically 2yo's, but in terms of development, understand & discipline, they need vastly different approaches.


 

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