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    Thank you ladies, so I shouldn't be concerned then. I'm just wondering where the food intake is going.

    She sleeps a lot also and is formula fed.

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    At 6 month old my LO stopped gaining weight. She was big for a 6 monther but apparently according to my ECHC nurse it was perfectly normal.
    She is now 14 months and can fit in bottoms into a 0.
    She is perfectly healthy.

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    My DD is 16 months and can still fit in some 000. She generally wears 00 and 0. Anything bigger just swims on her. She was born at 2.9kg and she's now just over 9kg.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LaDiDah View Post
    My DD is 16 months and can still fit in some 000. She generally wears 00 and 0. Anything bigger just swims on her. She was born at 2.9kg and she's now just over 9kg.
    Wow 9kg. Wonder if I should worry now. My girl is only 6.7kg and is 7 months old.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nafsika View Post
    Wow 9kg. Wonder if I should worry now. My girl is only 6.7kg and is 7 months old.
    Her Dd is 9 months older then yours though .

    My Dd is the same weight (9kgs) at 12 months.

    It really shows you every baby is different . I would try not to worry, she sounds fine

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    Default Anyone's bub still in 00's and not gaining

    Totally normal. The weight really slows down. Dd is still in a few 00 at 9.5months. 9kg is average for 12 month old girls
    Last edited by Kazza78; 13-01-2015 at 09:12.

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    I'm not going through this now my littest is now 4, but as a 7month old she weighed 6kg (born at 3.4kg) and the doctors were starting to worry, she ate anything and everything (and still does) she was off the charts for about a year and had every test under the sun because they were so concerned. Eventually the paed just ruled that she was a small kid and would never catch up. At 1 year old she wore 00 and weighed 7kg. Well we just kept going with feeding her what she was eating and just went with the she'll always be small thing. Then she turned 3 and just grew. She is now 50th percentile for weight and 75th for height is a happy health and very much normal sized kid. Jus wanting to put your mind at ease.

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    Thank you very much.

    I think it's a mothers natural instinct to worry, my girl has always been off the chart.

    Hopefully she has a big growth spurt. My son is 2yr 7 months and is upto my hips and yeh, he doesn't eat much some days, I'm only 5ft. So maybe my girl will b short also. Hopefully not as short as me, but she is a lot longer. She grew 4cm in 6 weeks if that means anything.

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    My DD1 is 13 months and in 000 & 00

    she's healthy and happy, and eats like a champion she's just small

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nafsika View Post
    Wow 9kg. Wonder if I should worry now. My girl is only 6.7kg and is 7 months old.
    At 7 months my DD was 6.8kg :-)

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