December 3, 2022

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At birth, this mother’s baby weighed 6.5 kg 60 cm

This mother gave birth to a baby weighing 6.5 kg 60 cm. This is what he looks like five years later!

A mother with the nickname @shans1588 TikTok, recently created a stir by posting a video of his son’s birth. It all started with a request from user @tawnee117. The latter asked moms who were currently pregnant to compare their babies’ weights. “Who’s the big kid?” she said. Without a second’s hesitation, @shans1588 responded by revealing it Her baby weighed 6.5 kg for 60 cm at birth. An impressive physique that reacted strongly. As evidenced by 46.4 million cumulative views.

@shans1588 Our 14 1b .6oz baby boy. Jay is a healthy, stubborn and strong 5 year old who loves baseball, football and monster trucks. #fyp #big baby ♬ Proud Of You – Five Times August

In the video, the mother explained that it was her second baby. She also shared details of her period, saying that she delivered by caesarean after 38 weeks of pregnancy. Then two doctors helped him. Following this, the baby had to be kept in the neonatal intensive care unit for 11 days. Overwhelmed by the impressive dimensions of the child, Maternity does not have diapers in her size. When she returned home, the mother of the family redid her wardrobe fils Because he already needed clothes at six or nine months.

Weighing 6.5 kg, this baby has turned out to be a very strong baby boy

on his side TikTok, the mother has posted a collection of photos tracing her son’s evolution. Internet users were able to trace a child from birth to age five. Scenes where he appears in the maternity ward, in a car or even on the beach. today, Well developed blonde with blue eyes And his face never fails to soften the web. Under the post, the housewife He commented that he likes baseball, football and monster trucks. If the boy’s measurements were incredible, they would not be an achievement. As stated therein Guinness bookIt belongs A small idli weighing 10.2 kgné and 1955.

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