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10 years 5 months ago #17522 by Verminaard Draconis
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SkieShauphen wrote:

Similar to the beach I visited over in Germany. It was weird. Everyone who was naked was between the ages of 1-5 or 50 and up. Why are there never any young people showing off their bodies at nude beaches? Even the babies didn't wear clothes! Awkward. I know I'm still off topic. Just had to put that out there. I'm done now... :cheer:


:S Tss you don't even know??? don't you think that an awesome girl would do that... If so she would be a porn star, a table dancer or a hore!! That's the point! In Germany you have Amsterdam with their Red light, Here in Quebec we use to have a red light to but the president and the police are too dum asses to have that, so we don't have anymore since 1946 an it was in Motreal.

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10 years 5 months ago #17525 by scootiebee
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Well, as far as baby clothing, I used to dress Lucy in just a t-shirt and socks most of the time, since she would mess up anything else. If we were going out, she just wore weather-appropriate clothes. some of the chain kids shops do have a lot of black clothes surprisingly. She has always had plain black t-shirts, and long-sleeved shirts, as well as a few dresses that were all black. But you can always add things to the plain black clothes. One place that we had luck at was Children's Place.

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10 years 5 months ago #17687 by Envy
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Hah..I just thought..If I did have kids with my current partner, there'd be another reason I wouldn't be sure whether to spend on pretty clothing for my kids.

His genes = Super-tall. My genes = Super-small. The kids could come out one way or another..They'd either shoot up, or stop growing shortly after their teens.

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10 years 5 months ago #17704 by black_magnolia
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Envy wrote:

Hah..I just thought..If I did have kids with my current partner, there'd be another reason I wouldn't be sure whether to spend on pretty clothing for my kids.

His genes = Super-tall. My genes = Super-small. The kids could come out one way or another..They'd either shoot up, or stop growing shortly after their teens.


The kids will probably end up tall as the gene for tallness is a dominant gene. They may not end up super tall but surely taller then you.

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10 years 5 months ago - 10 years 5 months ago #17734 by scootiebee
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They actually have calculators online to estimate the height of your children before they are even born, based on your height and your partner's height. They predicted Lucy would be about 5'10\" before she was even a year old, because I am 5'8\" and Tim is 6'3\". Don't get it either, but it looks like it is probably going to be true. She is 9 now, and 4'8\", one of the tallest girls in her class, and will probably grow another 4 or 5 years or so. The calculators get more accurate when you can enter your kid's height and age in too, but I haven't even bothered to try one since she was a toddler. I truly stopped caring about all that stuff years ago.

Try this one: but warning, it starts at kids aged 4.

http://www.csgnetwork.com/heightpredictcalc.html

And here is one that works even if you don't have a kid yet. Oddly, it gave me the same answer as the other one did using her current height and weight!

http://pediatrics.about.com/cs/usefultools/l/bl_height_pred.htm?gender=NaN&mhf=NaN&mhi=NaN&dhf=NaN&d

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10 years 5 months ago #17772 by Envy
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scootiebee wrote:

Try this one: but warning, it starts at kids aged 4.

http://www.csgnetwork.com/heightpredictcalc.html

And here is one that works even if you don't have a kid yet. Oddly, it gave me the same answer as the other one did using her current height and weight!

http://pediatrics.about.com/cs/usefultools/l/bl_height_pred.htm?gender=NaN&mhf=NaN&mhi=NaN&dhf=NaN&d


:P Well that was quite interesting..It said that if I had a boy, it'd possibly grow to 5 foot 7..

I tried entering my own details as well..It said I could've been 5 foot 2. It's close enough..I'm 5 foot and my parents reckon I could've grown taller if I wasn't indoors all the time..

I always thought that kids were almost guaranteed to be taller than their parents anyway..Which is why I feel embarassed to say I haven't grown taller than either of my parents.

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