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    Baby's tight is starting to put on, it wouldn't like before so small.

    Baby's thigh is starting to put on, it wouldn't like before so small.


    How to say the baby's tight is bigger than before? Can we use put on?
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    Re: Baby's tight is starting to put on, it wouldn't like before so small.

    What is a "baby's tight"?
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: Baby's tight is starting to put on, it wouldn't like before so small.

    Quote Originally Posted by emsr2d2 View Post
    What is a "baby's tight"?
    Sorry, spelling mistake. It is thigh.

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    Re: Baby's tight is starting to put on, it wouldn't like before so small.

    The baby's thigh is bigger than it was before.

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    Re: Baby's tight is starting to put on, it wouldn't like before so small.

    The baby's thighs are starting to get bigger. It was smaller last time I saw it.

    We use "put on" with "weight" but that refers to the whole body. We don't just weigh the thighs! The baby is putting on weight.
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