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    I can't remember weights but DS1 was size 1-2, DS2 is size 2-3.

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    My DS is 3 in February - he is still a size 1 in pants (size zero still fits in shorts) & he can wear a size 2 or 3 in tops.

    He is a lean little fellow and always has been.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zombie_eyes View Post
    You all have tiny two yr olds! Dd turns 1 next week and is almost 11kgs is in a 0-1.


    I just bought her a bunch of clothes online and got a size 2 without thinking... They are for next summer so i think i went too small.

    Oh well she can wear them in winter with leggings and cardi's i guess >_<


    Mumma to two beautiful boys on the spectrum and one special little girl.
    Ds3 will be 2 next week. He is 12kg and in size one. Having said that he has only just gone 12kgs and has hardly grown since last Christmas. He was 11kg last Christmas! He doesn't look small or under weight or anything, I think he just grew so quickly in the first year that he had to plateau somewhere!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zombie_eyes View Post
    You all have tiny two yr olds! Dd turns 1 next week and is almost 11kgs is in a 0-1.


    I just bought her a bunch of clothes online and got a size 2 without thinking... They are for next summer so i think i went too small.

    Oh well she can wear them in winter with leggings and cardi's i guess >_<


    Mumma to two beautiful boys on the spectrum and one special little girl.
    Their growth slows so much once they hit 1 I reckon. Ds was in size 1 at 8 months and we've got about a year out of every size since. He goes up in tops before he goes up in bottoms because even though he is tall he has a skinny butt / waist! He is over a metre tall and 15-16kg.

    Dd is 7 months and in size 0, comfortably wears a 1 top / dress. She is short and chubby. I have no idea how much she weighs haha.

    *Happiness is not a destination, it's a way of life*

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    My niece is 2.5yrs. She's in size 3-4 for tops and pants, 97cm tall and 14-15kg.


 

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