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    Thanks so much everyone for the suggestions! I'll definitely hold on to the clothing as I know how much they can slim down. Plus (and just saying this makes me freak) my sister keeps reminding me I may be a grandmother in a couple of years - omfg.
    @Mamasupial I have no idea lol DS1 was like this but I always assumed it was from his dad. DS1 is now 6'5 and 110kgs of muscle. I don't expect DS3 to end up that way though

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    Default Best clothing brands for a well rounded baby

    I found Next a good fit, true to size, but definitely not Pumpkin Patch in terms of size as I always find the run on the small side. Mine were small babies, but once I fed them whoomfah! I dressed them in a lot of Marquise when they were infants, it's good, true sizing as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by binnielici View Post
    Thanks so much everyone for the suggestions! I'll definitely hold on to the clothing as I know how much they can slim down. Plus (and just saying this makes me freak) my sister keeps reminding me I may be a grandmother in a couple of years - omfg.
    @Mamasupial I have no idea lol DS1 was like this but I always assumed it was from his dad. DS1 is now 6'5 and 110kgs of muscle. I don't expect DS3 to end up that way though
    Omgosh grandkids!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamasupial View Post
    Omgosh grandkids!!
    I know but DS1 is almost 22 so technically it could happen - he's older than I was when I had him


 

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