I am taller than DH - by about an inch. I rarely wear heels and if i do they can't be too high.
But I'm about 5'9 so I look pretty silly in high, high heels.
ETA - I actually wish i was shorter.
DD1 seems to take after her Dad's side of the family and will likely be on the shorter side. DD2 is off the charts on height, she will definitely be taller than me (poor thing)......but hopefully all the boys will be taller too, so it won't be so bad.
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03-04-2013 15:04 #41
Last edited by babycart; 03-04-2013 at 15:06. Reason: more thoughts
03-04-2013 15:07 #42
I'm shorter - he's 6 foot I'm 5'7.
I don't notice what height a person is so long as they're in proportion.
03-04-2013 15:07 #43
i'm 5'3 DH is 6 foot.
03-04-2013 16:36 #44
I'm shorter by a foot.
DH is 6'4
03-04-2013 16:44 #45
I am just 5ft and DH is 6ft 9. We get a lot of stares!
03-04-2013 16:54 #46
Shorter, but not by much. I'm 5'5 and DF is just 5'8.
03-04-2013 17:13 #47
A foot shorter
03-04-2013 19:46 #48
I'm 5'8", DH was over 6' when he was 15.
He's developed scoliosis since then so I think he might be shorter than me now, but as he doesn't stand up, but sits at about 1.34 m, then I'm higher even if I'm not taller. With a 30 cm difference there already I wear whatever heels I feel like (usually flat sneakers).
03-04-2013 20:03 #49
I'm 5'11.....and a half when I slouch, so actually six fit .
Made my peace with being quite tall a long time ago, rather irritates me (and i'm sure over 6ft girls feel this way about me) when like 5'8 girls say their tall -.- just no, no your not haha.
DP is only 6'2 so rather short for me, but I love his cotton socks.
I do love the attention I get the minute I put on any kind of heel if your gonna be tall, work it.
03-04-2013 20:15 #50
I'm about 5' 7. Df is about 5'5 I feels weird and don't wear heels around him lol
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