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#31 of 59 Old 12-03-2009, 11:34 AM
 
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my boy was 8-10 at birth, and nearly 13 at 6w!!

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My baby must be big. We weighed her last night at the children's hospital and she's 14lbs. She was 8lbs at birth and 9lbs at 2wks.
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Aw man, I was so excited that my baby hit 8 pounds 13 ounces -- at 7 weeks, from birthweight of 7 pounds even. But I guess that's on the small side! My dr thinks he's growing fine, though, so I guess there's nothing to worry about. And I guess more importantly *I* think he's growing fine -- his little thighs (or drumsticks as I like to call them) are plumping up, and he's lost that skinny newborn look. Soon he'll be my chubby little bunny!

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8lb 9oz at birth - 12lb 3oz at 5 weeks and he's grown almost 3 inches.

He doesn't really look as pudgy as you think a 12lb baby would look, I guess because he's pretty long at 24". His thighs are just now getting rid of their scrawny chicken leg look.
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Our little guy is 8 weeks today & just over 16lbs. He's kinda chunky, huh.

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OK Mamas with the chunky babies... what are you doing that I'm not doing? I nurse him all day long, but he's still skinny...
I always let him decide when he's finished on one side, we don't keep to a clock. And I always give him both sides. I compress while he's eating to keep him sucking and make sure he gets every drop. He hardly ever spits up. He has wet diapers all day long, and at least 4 sometimes 6 or 7 poopy diapers a day.
Based on how many of you have nice plump babies, I'm starting to get worried I'm going to get him to the ped for his visit on Dec 29th (8 weeks) and he'll be too skinny.

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Spiralshell - Try not to worry. If your baby is growing, peeing and pooping, then all is well. Babies grow at their own pace. My babies (3) have been all grown differently. They are all healthy and growing fine. My 1st was skinny and ate like you wouldn't believe and 14 years later is still skinny and eating like a horse. My 2nd was chubby and now is so skinny she can't keep many pants up. My 3rd was born at 10 lbs 8 oz and outweight my other 2 by 2 - 3 pounds at birth. He's chubby but not roly poly. Plus if you are exclusively breastfeeding and are properly nourishing yourself, I don't think there is much you can do to change it. Try not to measure your baby against others. It's like comparing apples and oranges. It will drive you batty.

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Adri is growing like a weed and feels really heavy when she's completely relaxed but she is still slender. DH is very tall and slender and I'm tall and... tall (heh) so we think she may not get roly poly. Obviously I'm happy with however she looks as long as she is steadily growing and healthy, but I actually prefer NOT to have a roly poly baby. She's got a little belly but other than that she is still slim with long limbs. She's probably close to 10.5/11lbs by now up from 6lb 15oz and she'll be 6 weeks on Thursday.

I know there is still plenty of time for to chunk up, but I'm content with her growth rate for now.

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OK so at six weeks he's 11 lbs 8 oz (clothed).

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Wow, now I'm starting to worry. DD was 8 pounds 14 ounces at birth and again at 2 weeks, and is now at six weeks only 9 pounds 15 ounces, so she gaine just a bit over one pound. The midwife wasnt worried, but on Monday I'd taken her to see a breastfeeding medicine doctor who thought she had not gained enough (and clipped her tongue tie). She had told us to come back tomorrow to see whether the clipping had helped, but I canceled it due to ds (six) being tired of doctor's appointments (he also went with me to one to a chiro who does craniosacral, who unfortunately is a bad match for us). I am thinking now we need to schedule another appointment with the breastfeeding medicine doctor next week for another weight check. Hrm. She's a half hour drive away into the city, and the drive home can take a long time.

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OK Mamas with the chunky babies... what are you doing that I'm not doing?
Most likely what we're doing is passing down genes that grow chunky babies (or reproducing with fathers who did that). People come in all shapes and sizes, and that goes for babies, too.

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Jack was 7 12 at birth at 11lbs even at 6 weeks. He's gaining at almost exactly the same rate as his older brother

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birth- 7 lbs 9 oz
2 weeks- 8 lbs 5 oz
6 weeks- 10 lbs 5 oz
2 months -11 lbs 9 oz ( fully clothed with a diaper though) so probably more like 11 lbs.

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I hoped dd would be a chunker but no.

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birth- 7 lbs 9 oz
2 weeks- 8 lbs 5 oz
6 weeks- 10 lbs 5 oz
2 months -11 lbs 9 oz ( fully clothed with a diaper though) so probably more like 11 lbs.
millie was 11lbs 9 oz at 2 months...she was 6lbs 7.9 oz at birth. i gotta get the fruit scale out and weigh her again for her 3 mos in a couple of days

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12lbs 12oz at 5weeks. Was 9lbs 8 at birth. BIG BOY!

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Had dd's tongue tie clipped, hoping it will help.

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Nate is 9 weeks old today and had his first well-baby visit.
He was 6lbs1oz at discharge from the hospital and is 8lbs10oz now... an increase of 41 oz. He's gaining at 4.5 oz per week, which is on the low end of OK per the kellymom site. The doc says he's doing great even though he's down in the 2nd percentile for weight. He has great head control, is very alert and interested, smiled throughout the appointment, supports himself great with his legs, is grasping at everything, and cooing like crazy.
Strangely, he's 2nd percentile for weight but 25th for head circumference... that's a big brained baby!
Still, it freaks me out that at 9 weeks my baby is still smaller than 36 of the babies in our DDC were at birth!!!!

I need to get some chunk onto this baby!!!!
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OMG he's so cute!

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he really is cute cindy! i had skinny babies and fluffy babies and it seems the skinny babies grow into giants and the fluffy babies are on the small side. my stepson was 8.6 at birth, 20lbs by 6 mos and is now 11 and is smaller than most 7 yr olds!

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Nate is 9 weeks old today and had his first well-baby visit.
He was 6lbs1oz at discharge from the hospital and is 8lbs10oz now... an increase of 41 oz. He's gaining at 4.5 oz per week, which is on the low end of OK per the kellymom site. The doc says he's doing great even though he's down in the 2nd percentile for weight. He has great head control, is very alert and interested, smiled throughout the appointment, supports himself great with his legs, is grasping at everything, and cooing like crazy.
Strangely, he's 2nd percentile for weight but 25th for head circumference... that's a big brained baby!
Still, it freaks me out that at 9 weeks my baby is still smaller than 36 of the babies in our DDC were at birth!!!!

I need to get some chunk onto this baby!!!!
http://picasaweb.google.com/Cindy.A....eat=directlink
I have been stressing about Veronica's weight for 10wks now. She was 9lbs at birth. I weighed her last Fri and she was just over 10lbs 8oz. Her lowest weight that I know of was 8lbs 6oz. She really hasn't gained that much in 10wks. But she is a super happy and alert baby. She has great head control just like my other 2 did. She is close to rolling over from back to belly. She doesn't seem hungry at all, it isn't like she is starving. She is wetting and pooping at acceptable rates. But I still couldn't shake the uneasiness that the scale gave me. Then I found this article by Dr Jay Gordon. My baby meets all of the things in his list (for instance I have to cut her nails at least twice a week). After reading this I have been more at ease. Everyone comments on how alert and bright her eyes are. She is awake most of the day interacting with us, one could never describe her as being listless. She looks like a perfectly happy and healthy baby. If your Nate is like this as well, I would just relax (as best as a mother can ) and enjoy him I had to stop reading this thread for the most part because it made me feel so inadequate because Veronica, although a nice size a birth, seems like such a peanut now.

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Thanks for your responses! It's hard to see all these gorgeous rolypoly babies who are the same age as my little one and not think that something's wrong... but he's really doing great. Like TheresesMommy's LO, he's bright eyed, alert, cooing, kicking, and is generally very agreeable and not fussy.
That article about paying attention to the baby and not the scale is a great one. Thanks for that!

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Just wanted to say that my daughter (who's now 10 1/2 years) was in the 10-15 percentile for weight much of her infancy and was always in the 100th percentile for head circumference. She's just always been petite, but perfectly normal in development. It's just hard to find jeans that fit her now.

Also wanted to share some 9 week pics of my NEW daughter. She's looking more like she'll be on the chunky side! (I've had two skinny ones and two chunky ones! Weird.)

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my lo was 10'4 at birth and is 14 lbs even at 2 months.

Spiral- I know every babe is different, but my lo nevers gets both sides during a feeding. Actually, he'll get the same side for two feedings in a row.
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my lo was 10'4 at birth and is 14 lbs even at 2 months.

Spiral- I know every babe is different, but my lo nevers gets both sides during a feeding. Actually, he'll get the same side for two feedings in a row.
OMG Pjs, how do you stand the pain!? I feel like my boobs are going to burst if I don't feed him both sides. I have to pump a bit to relieve the pressure if he sleeps more than 3 hours, it hurts so much!

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I think my supply has just regulated itself. I rarely feel "full"- maybe on the occasional night when he hasn't woken up for the 4 am feeding I'll be pretty full come 6:30 am but other than that they usually each feel the same.
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Also wanted to share some 9 week pics of my NEW daughter. She's looking more like she'll be on the chunky side! (I've had two skinny ones and two chunky ones! Weird.)
Oh Clementine, you are ADORABLE!!!

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Kianna Brielle Photo @ 2 months

Birth weight/Height-7'2 and 19-1/2''
2 week checkup- 8'9
2 month checkup- 10'8 and 22-1/2''
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Thanks for your responses! It's hard to see all these gorgeous rolypoly babies who are the same age as my little one and not think that something's wrong... but he's really doing great. Like TheresesMommy's LO, he's bright eyed, alert, cooing, kicking, and is generally very agreeable and not fussy.
That article about paying attention to the baby and not the scale is a great one. Thanks for that!
I have had similar concerns, and on that list, I can't say fully yes to the question "Is your baby eager to nurse?" -- many times I have try coax her to nurse (but not always. Also, she fusses a lot.

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I have been stressing about Veronica's weight for 10wks now. She was 9lbs at birth. I weighed her last Fri and she was just over 10lbs 8oz. Her lowest weight that I know of was 8lbs 6oz. She really hasn't gained that much in 10wks. But she is a super happy and alert baby. She has great head control just like my other 2 did. She is close to rolling over from back to belly. She doesn't seem hungry at all, it isn't like she is starving. She is wetting and pooping at acceptable rates. But I still couldn't shake the uneasiness that the scale gave me. Then I found this article by Dr Jay Gordon. My baby meets all of the things in his list (for instance I have to cut her nails at least twice a week). After reading this I have been more at ease. Everyone comments on how alert and bright her eyes are. She is awake most of the day interacting with us, one could never describe her as being listless. She looks like a perfectly happy and healthy baby. If your Nate is like this as well, I would just relax (as best as a mother can ) and enjoy him I had to stop reading this thread for the most part because it made me feel so inadequate because Veronica, although a nice size a birth, seems like such a peanut now.
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Birth weight/Height-7'2 and 19-1/2''
2 week checkup- 8'9
2 month checkup- 10'8 and 22-1/2''
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