As long as she's a healthy eater, there shouldn't be any cause for concern. A lot of children are naturally thin. Chances are, your child will fill out as she gets older. Most kids follow a fairly steady growth curve that's dictated, in part, by genetics; if you were a beanpole in your youth, it's more than likely that your child will be, too. You should be concerned, however, when a youngster doesn't seem to be growing properly. If your child has lost weight or has shot up in height without gaining pounds, discuss it with her pediatrician. Parents can't -- and shouldn't -- force their kids to eat. Your responsibility is to offer a variety of nutritious foods, and to make mealtimes enjoyable. It may not seem like your child is eating much, but over the course of a day or a week, it's probably more than you think.
What's with the ads? My 10 year old daughter is about 5' 2", but only about 76 pounds. I'm hoping one of you has already done the leg work, and found out the best place to shop. It has to be reasonably priced as well. I buy the kids clothes almost exclusively at the thrift store in general, but this growth spurt she's been having makes her a size not often found at the thrift store. I had her try on a size 0 for fun and found it to be almost the same size as a So, is the juniors section where I should look?
The history of racism and violence is upsetting. If after all these suggestions you're thinking "в But I really like her. Response to your edit: Do NOT bring up or mention anything that could be considered "anti Mormon. Because she already lives the covenants in most of the meaningful ways. Again, though the evolving times may have brought about a relaxation in this rule, it is still followed by many youngsters.
We DO live paycheck to paycheck. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. You can ask her directly, or through sources like other Mormons or reading their books. I went to BYU.