diet and size of baby

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Re: diet and size of baby

Postby robyn » 12 Oct 2014, 20:37

get yerself scrubbing floors, no slouching on sofas then!
If you've 'done' b2b then a well positioned baby will be eeeeeasy ;)
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Re: diet and size of baby

Postby nearlymumtobabyfk » 12 Oct 2014, 20:56

I am going to have the cleanest floors in the north of England! ;) thanks Robyn, encouragement is very welcome
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Re: diet and size of baby

Postby Lioncub's mama » 13 Oct 2014, 12:39

I ate loads first time round and lioncub was a very average 3.5kg. I think i ate more healthily second time round, and wasn't particularly excessive with the sugar (and had a normal GTT) and E was a very chunky 5kg/11lbs (and, fwiw a much much easier labour). So no correlation in my case.
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Re: diet and size of baby

Postby Kanga » 13 Oct 2014, 12:51

Treeb wrote:L was 9 lbs, and I'm hoping this one isn't any bigger than that! I know I gained more than I was "supposed to" with him.

This time round and with ds I've only put on just over a stone. Given that 9lb2 of that was ds himself let alone the fluid & placenta so I don't think how much weight you gained necessarily has an effect.

Ds was 12oz heavier than dd so I'm hoping I don't have another 12oz hike this time :? At the mo though it is back to back so that is more concerning to me as Robyn said.
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