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SalJxx Sat 16-Apr-05 16:28:45

My son will be 10 weeks old tomorrow and he's already grown out of 3-6 month size clothes. He weighed 10lb 7oz at birth and is now nearly 18lb. It is starting to cause problems with baby equipment as he is fast approaching weight limits on such things as bouncy seats and swings not to mention a complete wardrobe change every couple of weeks.
Any advice on keeping up with him.

Nemo1977 Sat 16-Apr-05 16:41:58

No advice sorry apart from maybe buy his clothes from ebay. He certainly is a big boy though..bet hes gorgeous

Nemo1977 Sat 16-Apr-05 16:43:00

No advice sorry apart from maybe buy his clothes from ebay. He certainly is a big boy though..bet hes gorgeous

Nemo1977 Sat 16-Apr-05 16:43:37

oops over eager on the post message button.
U could also sell his clothes on ebay to pay for new ones

starlover Sat 16-Apr-05 22:25:42

do check out the for sale board here... there are often people either giving away, or selling cheaply, clothes and things... might be handy if he doesn't slow down!
Whatever you're feeding him, it's obviously good stuff!

Judd Sat 16-Apr-05 22:29:11

Hiya, my advice would be not to get rid of clothes too quickly! DS was born at 11lb 5oz and whizzed along his own mad curve way above any centile line. Now at 11 months and crawling, he has dropped down a clothes size (back to 9-12 months from 12-18) so I;m glad I didn't get shut of much stuff.
I found Tesco jogging pants were good - only £4 a pair and had "kind" waistbands (very large) for his little tummy!

mum2max Fri 22-Apr-05 22:01:41

managed to get bargain cardy at £2.50 from tesco! rather stylish as well. I know what you're going through, my lo was only 7lb 6oz at birth, now at 5 mth 1 week he is 19lb 13oz !! Almost grown out of car seat that is supposed to last til a year... How expensive

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