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    my two year old must be tall lol she is 93 cm and 18kg

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    My son is 3yrs old. 95cm...but only 16kgs. Size 9-10 shoes.

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    DS2 is starting Prep this year and is 110/120cm.
    He is a May baby so will be the youngest and is on the shorter side, but still in the 90th percentile for his age.

    They all look like babies when they start, but then half way through the year they look like proper school kids lol

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    my two year old must be tall lol she is 93 cm and 18kg
    My DS1 was 98cm at 2yr old. They say you double the 2yr old height and that's their fully grown height. (So DS will be 4cm short of 2m! Eek) but he's always been a lot taller than other kids. He's turning 8 next week and is 140cm. (Up to my armpits)


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    that would put her a good 20cm taller than me when fully grown! as a teacher i'm already shorter than half the year 5s at 167cm! and i didn't think i was all that short...

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    it would also make her taller than her father...

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    I wouldn't worry about height. I have had the short and the tall with my boys. My dd2 is the shortest in his class and Ds1 has always been the tallest. In grade 8 he was taller than all his teachers and both my dh and I.

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    I wouldn't worry about height at all, it wouldn't cause any issue with schooling. DD2 is about to start school in a few weeks, she'll turn 5 a few days after she starts and has only just reached 100cm and 16kg.

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    My eldest just finished Prep and is into Year 1 this year, she is about 115cms and 20kgs, she's tall and skinny but certainly not the tallest in the class.


 

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