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Old Jul 5th, 2011, 15:30 PM   1
Cattia
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massive gap between big and second toe?


Anyone else's LO have this? I googled it and it said it is a soft marker for Down's syndrome but it was never mentioned to me at any scans and George doesn't have Down's Syndrome. I mentioned it to the Dr at his six week check and he wasn't bothered. Just wondering if anyone else has a baby with a big gap and whether they grow out of it, just a bit concerned it might be an issue when he starts walking.



 
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Old Jul 5th, 2011, 15:33 PM   2
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this is why u shouldnt use google!
its not a big deal, my sisters second toe is alot bigger then her big toe and at birth her little to stood on end lol it never effected my sisters walking



 
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Old Jul 5th, 2011, 15:35 PM   3
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this is why u shouldnt use google!
its not a big deal, my sisters second toe is alot bigger then her big toe and at birth her little to stood on end lol it never effected my sisters walking
WSS!!!!!!!



 
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Old Jul 5th, 2011, 15:36 PM   4
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I know, and I should know better, Google is my sworn enemy!



 
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Old Jul 5th, 2011, 15:37 PM   5
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Sorry I dont know any babies with this but just wanted to say my 19 yr old brothers toes are like that and hes fine (ish )



 
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Old Jul 5th, 2011, 15:45 PM   6
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i have a biggish gap between first two toes and i'm ok (or so i'm told!)...emily seems to as well but i'm not concerned about her...i think everyone has their quirks



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Old Jul 5th, 2011, 15:46 PM   7
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My toes are like that, and so are my sons. He doesn't seem to have any problem bombing around the kitchen in his walker and i have never had any issues, I'm actually very sporty. Plus I can pick things up with my feet which is helpful when you have your arms full of baby!



 
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Old Jul 5th, 2011, 15:46 PM   8
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Anyone else's LO have this? I googled it and it said it is a soft marker for Down's syndrome but it was never mentioned to me at any scans and George doesn't have Down's Syndrome. I mentioned it to the Dr at his six week check and he wasn't bothered. Just wondering if anyone else has a baby with a big gap and whether they grow out of it, just a bit concerned it might be an issue when he starts walking.
I have a big gap and i'm fine. I swear Googling things makes you more paranoid, i've diagnosed myself with all sorts.



 
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Old Jul 5th, 2011, 15:55 PM   9
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Belles feet are the same honey, just like her dads



 
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