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    Were subsequent babies bigger or smaller then the first?

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    My first was 4.37 /9pd10 my second was 2.998/ 6pd9

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    Dd1 was 3.09kg & Dd2 was 3.30kg I'm hoping D? is around 3kg

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    Ds1 was 3680 (about 8lb2)
    Ds2 was 3800 (about 8lb3 ?I think?)

    So for me yes but every bub is different.

    A friend of mine has three kids. First was about 7lb, second nearly 8lb, third was very low 6lb. All healthy

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    Since my first was 635g, let's hope the second is bigger :-P

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    Going from heaviest to lightest
    Dd3 (4th)
    dd1 (1st)
    ds1 (2nd)
    ds2 (5th)
    dd2 (3rd)
    ds3 (6th).

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    In my fam babies seem to get bigger as they go along.

    Dd was 8lb4 (3.745 kg).

    When the time comes for #2, I hope 2 will be smaller or similar size. As long as number 2 isn't 13lb like a relative was It'll be okay.

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    Mine got bigger.
    DS1 was 3.41kgs
    DS2 was 3.74kgs

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    DS1 was 8pd 3oz at 42 weeks
    DS2 was 7pd 13.5oz at 38 weeks.


 

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