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A month ago
please help me in understanding these codes for baby clothing. I went to buy clothes for my baby and i saw the sizes being written as 2T , 4T etc,

what does this T mean?
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A month ago
For an infant you want the "m", like 3m (3 months), 6m (6 months), 9m (9 months), 12m, 18m, 24m.

Once your kid starts outgrowing 24m, then you  move to 2T (toddler, 2 years old), 3T (toddler, 3 years old).

Of course, they're just estimates it might depends on the baby weight .
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A month ago
thankss so much
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