Does anyone else find mothercare sizings small...

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  1. KirstyL

    KirstyL Well-Known Member

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    Or is it just that Jacobs huge!! I just went to get him some new sleep suits in 6-9 months and it said 'up to 20lbs, well he's only 6.5 months but already 19lbs 5.5ozs! Maybe I just have a huge baby, lol :)xx


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    we got some leggins from there that cut Holly in half and a sleepsuit that is huge on her!
     
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    Esoames Well-Known Member

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    My baby is 15 months old and isn't 20lb yet!! But yes mothercare is smaller than other places x


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    I also found mother care to be small sizes and bought most his things from next as I found them to be big sizes :)
     
  5. KirstyL

    KirstyL Well-Known Member

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    It's official then, I have a giant baby!! lol


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    I think Marks & Spencers sizes are sooo small! I got vests in up to 7.5lbs and Harlow is only 6lb7oz and they no where near fit her! x
     
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    They do seem small but Kynon is a long baby so i thought it was just him he needs 6-9 months already!

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    I find marks and sparks and next the biggest. Mothercare spot on and gap ridiculously small. 6-12 months? Wtf? How can that be one size?!
     
  9. KirstyL

    KirstyL Well-Known Member

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    Yeah Jacobs long too, which doesnt help! I've found next, tesco and boots to fit quite well, with pumpkin patch, sainsburys, George and mothercare being a bit snug. I don't know why all shops can't use the same sizings!x


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  10. KirstyL

    KirstyL Well-Known Member

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    Haha, I know, coz babies don't grow hardly at all in 6 months do they!!x




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    Lol x I was given a few things by 'early days' that say 6-12 months and several gap things that say the same! It always made me giggle! And none of them fit by 8 months!
     
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    Someone bought LO some GAP in 6-12 and she's in them already at 4 months! Ridiculous!!! X


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    KirstyL Well-Known Member

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    I know! Dunno who comes up with these sizings/ages, prob someone that hasn't got kids :) Jacob keeps having growth spurts, he's not 7 months yet and he's already outgrowing some of his 6-9 bits.x


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