Pocket-sized.

I just sold a big bag of 0-3 month sized clothing on Craigslist. I could not sell the 3-6 month sized stuff yet because Wren still fits in it.

The babies are ten months, two weeks, and three days old.

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9 Responses so far »

  1. 1

    esperanza said,

    15 months old, just moving into 9 month clothes. Some 3-6 stuff still fits. Little shrimp around here.

  2. 2

    Sara R. said,

    Viv still has some pants that are size 9 months, and she is almost 19 months old. Let’s here it for short people!

  3. 3

    Carolyn J. said,

    I was also pocket-sized as a lass, now I’m 4″ above average. Hang in there Wren!

  4. 4

    lichen said,

    Ah nuts! If I’d have known you were selling I’d have bought them for sure! Both Robin and Wren are always so stylish! 🙂

  5. 5

    Diane Dawson said,

    Funny how different they are, huh? Lilly, at 8 months, is in 2-3T. Yikes.

  6. 6

    uccellina said,

    Erm, Diane, I’m going to guess you mean 18 months here. Because I’m pretty darn sure Lilly is older than 8 months.

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    dp said,

    you have a pocket sized adult friend named dp who was also a pocket sized baby (and toddler, and child, and teenager, etc.). so long as wren seems healthy in every other way, don’t fret bc she’s growing slowly. her brainpower will likely be far greater than pocket sized. . .

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    kathy a. said,

    my daughter has always been a skinny-mini, and still is at 20. 20 years. [she could still fit in kid clothes, if that wasn’t so embarassing.] son was known in his babyhood as “michelin man,” and he wore the same pair of 4T shorts from 15 mos. to 4 years. which is like 97 years in kidlet size time — but he spent that time growing taller. i say, don’t worry about sizes.

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    Writer2 said,

    The great thing about averages and percentile charts is that someone, by definition, has to be in the lower 5 or 10 percent group, which means that it’s perfectly normal, healthy and part of the mix that some folks are there.


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