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New Pjs

by Juliemara

Talia in Pink, Jordan falling asleep
The girls got new pjs. Size 24 months and some 2t’s. I think it’s a bit crazy that stores sell both these sizes and I work for the baby clothing company. It means the same thing, but apparently a chubby two-year old kid wears 2t while a skinny one wears 24 months, but it doesn’t say that anywhere. Another one of those things moms are just suppose to know or hope someone tells them. Kind of like its ok for kids to watch the iPad at a restaurant if it means you get to actually eat the food you’ve ordered. I’m not sure how I feel about this one, I guess it depends how hungry I am.

The girls keep getting longer, their hair is getting curlier, they are talking up a storm and sleeping through the night ( thanks to an overall nap shortening regimen) and I’ve been working on a big post of things to come, be patient and stay tuned.

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  1. Lauren permalink
    October 2, 2013

    I have found that 2T pants often have the adjustable waists but 24month doesn’t. and my kiddo so is skinny the adjustable waist is the only way to make pants that are long enough stay up….the fun of figuring out clothing sizes…

    • Juliemara permalink*
      October 2, 2013

      Good point, this is why taking to moms is so useful, you just don’t even think of hinges that seam so obvious once you learn them. I love skinny jeans on the girls, so I have to put them in 18 month for them to be really skinny, an they are ankle length at that pint which I hunk will be super cute for the winter with boots!

  2. Cindy permalink
    October 10, 2013

    So glad you found me on Instagram. It’s interesting to read about other twin girls! Mine aren’t identical though. 🙂 I didn’t know about that sizing difference. How weird! My girls are still in 12-18 month clothes. They’re so tiny. Look fwd to reading more about your girls!

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