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April 7th, 2006, 09:38 AM
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The baby weighs 1 lb 6 ozs - which is the 76% range for weight at this age. 50% being average. So, we've got a tubby baby.

Five weeks ago, the baby weighed 9 ounces, so he has gained 11 ounces in five weeks. The Doctor doesn't seem concerned - baby is healthy and everything looks fine.

Did you have larger babies since you are overweight? Or is it just random whether your baby is large or not?
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April 7th, 2006, 10:57 AM
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They say that if you are heavy, you're more likely to have a heavy baby. Whoever "they" are.
I do know that my mother actually had her smallest baby when she was at her heaviest...
Still waiting to find out how big my little guy is...
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April 7th, 2006, 02:42 PM
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your baby doesn't sound that much over the growth charts.....i think everything will be great! I'm worried about the possibility of a large baby..but mostly I just want a healthy baby!!

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April 7th, 2006, 03:04 PM
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Caitlynn was only 6lbs 8ozs when she was born at 39 weeks. I don't really think the mother's weight has anything to do with the baby's birth weight unless there are other factors involved, such as GD.
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April 7th, 2006, 09:21 PM
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i agree with Leslie - i don't think weight is a factor - honestly, i think it has more to do with you and SO genetics. my son was 8lbs 3 1/2 oz born on his due date. my daughter was 8lbs 14.5oz taken c-section 1 1/2 weeks after due date. sounds like a bigger baby, but when you look at my family history - my brother was in the 9lb range and i was in the high 7 range (dh doesn't really apply cuz he was born at 30 weeks and only weighed 3lbs.) ok - i am probably not making any sense....sorry, bored and rambling
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April 10th, 2006, 07:27 PM
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This little girl was 1lb 9oz at my 24 wk u/s. and at my 19w u/s she was 9 oz. My mom is skinny and I was 7 10oz and my sis was 8 2oz. My first daughter was 8lb 6oz.. I don't think weight has a factor on the baby's size.
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