Wednesday, November 30, 2005

Make It Stop!

This is what our 10-Day forecast looks like. We're expected to get another 4-8 inches of snow tomorrow! I'm definitely going to shop online for a snowsuit since we're never going to be able to leave the house again! At least this way, we'll be able to go outside instead of sitting around looking at the pretty snow through the window.

Help!! So, I'm shopping around for a snowsuit for Abby, but I'm stuck on size. According to sizing charts, 12-18 months is 29.5-32" and 22.5-25.5lbs. Abby's already pushing 32 inches, but she's still on the low-end for their weight scales. Do I go up to the 24-month size that's 32-34", but 26-29lbs? Or should I get the 18-month size? The places I've looked say not to buy bigger because they've already factored in shrinkage.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Brandi, purchase the larger snowsuit because if you purchase the smaller one she will grow out of it.

Grandma Rita said...

Purchase the larger snowsuit because she will need the length before winter is over. I just love the new pictures. Does she spend a lot of time on the coffee table?

Maureen said...

I know nothing about snowsuits, but I would buy one of each. You will probably need the 24 months in the next month or so, but just in case it's huge you'll have one that fits now. And you can always return one if it's not going to work out. I feel for you being stuck at home! That's no fun after a while.

Becky said...

I say go with the bigger suit too, and if you find some cute ones, I wouldnt mind having the link. We have been searching for one for our son, and the biggest Ive found so far is 6 months.

Brandi said...

Thanks everyone!

Rita--Yes, she loves playing on the coffee table. She's constantly pulling herself up and down on it. For the most part, she's really good about getting down without injury. I just worry about her going headfirst from the armrest of the couch because she loves to lean over and look down. She gets so excited when she's up on the couch! She hasn't figured out how to climb onto the other couch and chair yet.