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    sparks_l posted:
    I'm new to this ...so please bear with me. My 19mnth old looks like she has small breast, I have addressed it with her doc who told me it may be bc she is very tall with a small frame. Should I worry? Is this comman? I am a first time mother and vry nervous about pretty much EVERYTHING her father thinks i'm overreacting. If anyone can help me or put my mind at ease please...Thanks
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    coloradomom22 responded:
    I am a second time mother who is still nervous just about everything-so i completly understand. My oldest who is now 11 also looked like she had sm breast when she was a toddler-& she was short but tiny in size. So this could just be a common thing, but i cant honestly tell you that when it comes to my daughter every lil thing that made her appear older-or was "too soon" really freaked me out(still does). I don't think you have anything to worry about & im sure if you did her doctor would inform you.
    Sounds like your doing a great job! Hope this helped you even just a little bit!


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