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    My five week old...

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    is wearing 6-month onesies. Sadness... we totally skipped the tiny baby stage.
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    Dang girl! Did you birth a toddler? Lol!
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    Oh My!!!!

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    LOL... he's big for his age, but not ridiculously big. (12 lb, 23.5 in). I think his torso must be super long. 3-month stuff won't snap between his legs anymore.
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    wow, that is still pretty big. Sounds like the same issue my mom had with me, just too long to fit into the right age group clothes.
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    Holy crap!

    My mom was tellin' me that they make these onsie things that snap onto the bottom of the onsie to make them "longer" in a sense.

    I haven't been able to find any, but it's Guam, so I'm not surprised.

    Also, look into getting the 3-6 month stuff, as opposed to strictly 6 month... that will help too. Lil' bebe wears a lot of 0-3 month stuff because the strictly 3m stuff is too big for her around the neck.
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    I got some of those extender things when I was having this same trouble with DS1. But even though they were advertised to fit all major clothing brands, they didn't work on 95% of the onesies that we had. I'll have to see if I can find them, though... maybe they'll work on some of these.

    He is wearing some 3-6 month things too. It just depends on the brand. A lot of what we have is Carters, and that's what he's wearing 6 mth in. I don't want to go out and buy anything new, though, just for him to grow out of it in a few weeks... we'll make do with what we have for now, lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MATom View Post
    I got some of those extender things when I was having this same trouble with DS1. But even though they were advertised to fit all major clothing brands, they didn't work on 95% of the onesies that we had. I'll have to see if I can find them, though... maybe they'll work on some of these.

    He is wearing 3-6 month things too. It just depends on the brand. A lot of what we have is Carters, and that's what he's wearing 6 mth in.
    Gerber is the devil. Don't buy any of their onsies.

    Those bishes shrink the first time you wash them.
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    wow that's really big, but congrats on your baby boy!
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    Aww!



    On another note I just saw this same post on another site
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