My daughter is not on those percentil charts, but never has been.
A dr told me that its more important that the child is following their OWN growth line.
EG if your daughter has always been small, but is growing at a comparible rate, then its nothing to worry about. If she has big dips in her growth rate, thats something to look at.
My DD is 6, 18kg and 100cm.
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08-08-2012 11:16 #12
You're quite little yourself o's mum. Our ds2 is tiny but it's just his build. He's very healthy and Incredibly good at sport, just small. I'm sure she is fine xoxo
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08-08-2012 12:08 #14
2 of my sisters were tiny and easily shortest in their class. They hit 12/13 and shot up! One is now 5ft6 and the other is now one of the taller in her class (only 13)
08-08-2012 13:30 #15
It is frustrating, conflicting advice and comments.
If your DD is healthy, i wouldnt be too concerned, just keep a track on her progress
08-08-2012 14:29 #16
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