The younger child is bigger

Jessica - posted on 01/27/2009 ( 5 moms have responded )

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My daughter and son are a year apart. My daughter is now taller than her older brother. They are ten and eleven so I know that girls grow faster than boys at this age, but my son is so mad that his "little" sister is taller than him. LOL

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Cassie - posted on 08/21/2009

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Have not got to that poiny yet but I know we will because my daughter is 16 months and is 22lbs where my son is 6 months an 20lbs! I am constanly asked if they twins which is odd to me right now because one is walking around and talking and the other is in a baby carrier and cooing (except they other day I had them in a side by side it was more plausable) but I know in a couple months Ty will out grow his older sister

Tiffany - posted on 03/21/2009

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My girls are 1 and 2. My 2 year old is significantly taller (and probably will always be) but she is very thin, whereas my 1 year old is quite chunky and very very strong, quite a bit stronger than her "big" sister. The result is that my little one bullies my bigger one. Drives my 2 year old absolutely nuts.

Sara - posted on 03/18/2009

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I have a two year old and a three year old.  My two year old son is much larger than my three year old daughter.  In fact my son out weighs my daughter by five pounds!  Sometimes I cannot belive my daughter is soooo small!

Elizabeth - posted on 02/11/2009

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My boys are 2 and 3. My 2 year old is still shorter but he's bigger and stronger in every other way. It seems as though he's the only one that can put my 3 year old in his place some times:S

Tiffany - posted on 01/27/2009

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Hi Jessica,
I have 2 boys ages 7 & 8. They are the same height and it drives my 8 year old crazy. He is constantly asking us to measure them in hopes that he will grow. I think my 7 year old will end up being the taller of the 2 but we shall see. Take care.

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