Bigger than your average, Beck Vass shares the unexpected challenges of having a real bruiser.
It wasn't until having our second baby that we realised we'd had a reasonably dainty little lady the first time around. Our middle child grew so quickly, he was in nappies and clothes labelled for one-year-olds by four months.
On track with an even bigger boy the third time around, Beck Vass has discovered some pitfalls in having a baby that's bigger than average.
1. Entrances aren't the same
When you enter a room with a tiny baby, everyone goes all "ooh" and "aah".