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    When I lost count! Somewhere around the 2 1/2 month mark. My CHN said she had a family who counted the weeks till they were over 1. So I guess my DS is 58weeks old. Man that makes him seem so young!

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

    At around 12 weeks when i found myself start to convert weeks to months in my head.

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

    So for their 4 month immunisations would you go 16 weeks or 4 months counting month to month?

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

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    So for their 4 month immunisations would you go 16 weeks or 4 months counting month to month?
    4 months. I went at 16 weeks and a few days and got told I was a bit early but just scraped in and next time go by months from this age on.

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