I can't remember weights but DS1 was size 1-2, DS2 is size 2-3.
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30-11-2013 10:29 #21
30-11-2013 11:10 #22
My DS is 3 in February - he is still a size 1 in pants (size zero still fits in shorts) & he can wear a size 2 or 3 in tops.
He is a lean little fellow and always has been.
30-11-2013 11:11 #23
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30-11-2013 20:35 #24
Dd is 7 months and in size 0, comfortably wears a 1 top / dress. She is short and chubby. I have no idea how much she weighs haha.
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30-11-2013 20:38 #25
My niece is 2.5yrs. She's in size 3-4 for tops and pants, 97cm tall and 14-15kg.
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