Oh my goodness! My child is growing.
Whomever said my child was going to be small because he has Down syndrome had no idea what they were talking about!
Jacob is 18 months younger than his sister, and already weighs more than her. Okay, in her defense, she's still a foot taller than him, but Jake is a TANK.
You wouldn't know it if you saw him. But the child is dense. Somewhere underneath that belly of his, there's a six-pack. Maybe a 12-pack!
Since he finished school in June of last year, he has grown FOUR SIZES. That's not a typo. Four sizes. He finished school a 4T last year. He is now outgrowing his 7's. Well, sort of. His waist is too big for the 7's, but the pant legs are about 3 inches too long.
When I put him in 6X's, the pants would be obscene if he weren't still in diapers, but the legs are just the right length. But that's alright. They match perfectly with all his muscle shirts!
So this week, I'm buying him a whole new wardrobe (again), and breaking out the sewing machine to hem up all his pants.
I guess in the grand scheme of things, a growth spurt (or three) is a good thing, right?