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#31 of 39 Old 10-09-2007, 05:48 AM
 
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I think the initial big gain is related to my oversupply of milk, which is starting to slow down a little. Anyone else have this experience?
Yep - I finally figured out the foremilk imbalance & block feeding after several weeks of 1+ pound gains.
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Noah was 8 weeks on Friday- we had his appontment today.

At birth he weighed 7 lbs 6 oz
He is now up to 10 lbs 7 oz

I thought that seemed pretty good, but reading through the posts, he seems a bit "skinnier" than most of yours. Now I have to combat worrying that my breastmilk isn't good enough
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birth 8,8
1 day 8,0
3 days 8,5
2 weeks 9,9
7 weeks 14,0

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At birth: 8lbs 9 oz.
At 4 weeks: 10 lbs 8 oz.
At 8 weeks: 15.5 lbs!!! Yes, I'm serious. My baby looks like the Michelin Man.
Now he's almost 9 weeks and is just a bit over 16 lbs.

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Kaia is 15 wks and 2 days old and weighs 11 pounds. She was 5lbs 10oz when she was born though (39 weeks and 4 days), so she is probably smaller then the 'average' baby - most people estimate that she is younger then she is.
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Travis is 3 1/2months old and 11lbs 7ounces, he was 6lbs 14oz at birth. He's on the smallish side I guess, but my dd was 12lbs 6ounces at 6 months and my first ds was 17lbs at 4 months, so I only have the two extremes to compare it to, he's huge compared to his sister and tiny compared to his brother.

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Elliott is 3 months, 3 weeks old and nearly 15lbs now. He's growing so fast! He's long too ... I can't believe it.

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We weighed a week or so ago (before the 3 month mark...just don't know when ) and she was 12 lbs. 6 ounces.

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Nathaniel was born on 8/20 at nine pounds. Yesterday he was 14 pounds three ounces. He is 24 inches long now. He lost a pound in October when he needed surgery.

We think his weight is good.
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