My 14-month-old daughter wears size 4 – 5 clothes, trolls say I feed her McDonald’s but I don’t care, she’s just growing

A MUM has revealed how she has been trolled because her 14-month-old daughter already fits clothes for four-year-olds.

Anna Jabłońska, 27, a first-time mum has been forced to buy aged 4 – 5 clothes for Skylar due to her large frame.

Skylar already weights 2st 11lbs – a stone and a half more than most babies the same age as her, but Anna insists her daughter will grow out of it.

The single mum insists her daughter just has a 'healthy appetite' – but others disagree and take the time to tell her on social media.

Anna, who is originally from Poland, said: ''People say all sorts of things to me, online especially.

''They say I must be feeding Skylar chocolate and McDonalds but she's just a growing girl.


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''I was also a chunky baby so I think it must be a genetic thing.

''My mum said that when I started walking the weight just dropped off me."

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Anna explained that Skylar mainly breastfeeds and rarely eats solid food – except for ham and cheese which she loves.

The mum-of-one – who has always prided herself on dressing well -was excited when she found out she was having a little girl with her then-partner in March 2019.

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After giving birth in December 2020, Anna was excited to start photographing Skylar who she described as a "mini model."

She recalled how her daughter was 'small and skinny' at birth but began to gain weight quickly.

"I just couldn't get her off my boob," she said.

The mum has struggled to wean her daughter who isn't the biggest fan of solid foods.

At first, Anna struggled to find stylish clothes for her little one, but now shops in Zara and H&M for their children's ranges.

She posts on Skylar's Instagram – where she has 20k followers – daily despite cruel taunts from online trolls.

''I am a very healthy, slim person," she said. ''I love the gym and I eat really good nutritional food.

''As if I would feed a baby sugar and burgers… it's madness. The comments used to bother me but now I'm immune to it all.

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''I'm doing everything right and my baby needs fuel to grow, simple as that.

''I just don't read the comments anymore. I refuse to stop posting cute pics of her, I think she's beautiful.''

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