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    Growing so fast
    camsmom0726 posted:
    Took my DS for his four month check-up yesterday. He weighs 15lbs. and 8oz. and is 25 1/2 in. long. They grow so fast! How is everyone's LO doing?
    Allaya9 responded:
    Well, at my DS two month check-up he was 14 lbs and 25' 8" long. He's almost 3 months now and I'm sure he's almost 18 lbs and longer. He's already fitting into 6-9 month clothes, yikes! I think he's gonna be tall like mommy and daddy (we're 6'0), and yes they do grow so fast.
    Ihgirl1066 replied to Allaya9's response:
    My son went through a year of clothes in 3 months, was in 12 month clothes at 3 months, at 18 months hes into 3T tops and 2T pants although he could prob still fit in 12 months waist, hes a tall bean. My daughter is 2 months and is 3-6 and into 6-9 pjs, she goes for her 2 month on thurs so we see how big she got.

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