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January 14th, 2009, 09:03 AM
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Any recomendations for clothes for our little ones with weight issues..

My daughter is at a point where she is too tall for the 12-18 month clothes that fit her waist and too small at the waist for the 24-3T clothes that fit her height. We even try the pants with the elastic adjustable waist and they are still to big. So we opt for a belt even on top of the adjustable waist.. Just wondering if anyone has found a website that might make clothes for the smaller children. Even if its just to recommend to family members who may want to buy age appropriate and size appropriate clothing (we have a section in her closet now that holds clothes that were a gift that just are too big, so we are waiting for her to grow in to those clothes!) for her.

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January 14th, 2009, 11:03 AM
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I'm having the same issues with my LO as well. He needs the 12-18 month length, but 3-6 month waist. We do a lot of overalls and occasionally get lucky and find adjustable waist for 12-18 that if pulled all the way, will fit his waist for the most part. I hope someone else has some ideas for you.
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January 14th, 2009, 12:36 PM
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hmm wish I had some good advice for you, my FTT child is only 6 mos old. But my 10 year old has always been very skinny and he wears 8 slims. I don't know if they make slim sizes in toddler sizes tho...
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January 19th, 2009, 07:37 PM
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I've found Target's Circo pants/leggins to fit the best. Target also has adjustable waist pants I think as small as 6-9 months.
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