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09/24/2009 03:07:32 PM · #1
Did ya'll hear on the news about the woman giving birth to the LARGE HUGE kid. This kid weighed in at a grand weight of 19.2 lbs. I think this lady was from Indonesia or something like that. They, ofcourse delivered him by c-section. They also said that he had a huge appetite.

I had a neighbor that had a big kid, but not that big. This kid had all his teeth by 6 months and loved to use them. He was also whearing 3 year olds clothes at one year. Yeah his nickname was loggerhead.
09/24/2009 03:08:33 PM · #2
This is my 100lb fiances biggest fear.
09/24/2009 03:09:59 PM · #3
I don't think that she should worry about that...lol
09/24/2009 03:10:10 PM · #4
trust me, it doesnt matter fi they are a 6 pound baby or a 19 pound baby. It feels the same coming out!
09/24/2009 03:15:27 PM · #5
She cried when she saw how big my niece and nephew both were at birth. She has come to grips that she wil inevitablly have a c-section scar haha.
09/24/2009 03:32:29 PM · #6
What?! Do you have any links/pictures? That is insane!
09/24/2009 03:33:01 PM · #7
Originally posted by JulietNN:

trust me, it doesnt matter fi they are a 6 pound baby or a 19 pound baby. It feels the same coming out!


would YOU want to give birth to a 19 lb baby? im guessing it would feel a tad different then a 6 lb-er. or maybe not, i havent done it before lol
09/24/2009 03:44:00 PM · #8
My dad was born in 1916, when maternity care wasn't all it is today. My grandmother weighed less than 100 lbs and my dad was 13 lbs. *shudder* That's BIG for a time when average birthweights were half that.

My dad's 1-month picture and my son's 6-month one look almost identical.

eta; btw, here's the picture of the giant baby.

again eta; Ahhh, mother had diabetes. If she was getting care then they would have expected a large baby, tho' maybe not THIS large.

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09/24/2009 03:48:54 PM · #9
Originally posted by LadyK:

Originally posted by JulietNN:

trust me, it doesnt matter fi they are a 6 pound baby or a 19 pound baby. It feels the same coming out!


would YOU want to give birth to a 19 lb baby? im guessing it would feel a tad different then a 6 lb-er. or maybe not, i havent done it before lol


well she had to have a C section, I didn't, mind you mine weren't 19 pounds. Tell you what, when you give birth then come back and tell me what it feels like!!!!!!!!
09/24/2009 03:50:51 PM · #10
I was almost 11 lbs when I was born.... the hospital went and bought me a special car seat because I wouldn't fit in any of the ones they had.

I also ate my first solid food when I was about 6 wks old, my grandmother felt I was old enough to eat a gravy biscuit, apparently I loved it.
09/24/2009 04:17:42 PM · #11
Originally posted by JulietNN:

Originally posted by LadyK:

Originally posted by JulietNN:

trust me, it doesnt matter fi they are a 6 pound baby or a 19 pound baby. It feels the same coming out!


would YOU want to give birth to a 19 lb baby? im guessing it would feel a tad different then a 6 lb-er. or maybe not, i havent done it before lol


well she had to have a C section, I didn't, mind you mine weren't 19 pounds. Tell you what, when you give birth then come back and tell me what it feels like!!!!!!!!


ok, but you'll need to wait a good long while:)
09/24/2009 04:29:39 PM · #12
good girl!!!!!!!!!!! =)
09/24/2009 04:32:38 PM · #13
Hell, just carrying a 19lb baby must be killer.
09/24/2009 05:26:47 PM · #14
Wow, that's just crazy! And I thought my 9.5 pounder was a big boy!
09/24/2009 05:45:07 PM · #15
Our first was 13.5 at birth and no c-section as the doctors didn't have a clue until it was too late. She was bigger than most children her age until about 1st grade then everyone caught up and passed her. she is now 5.7 and around 110.

If you ask my wife she will tell you that 13.5 is not as easy as 8.5 our third child.

A 19 pound baby what a workout doing the normal every day stuff.
09/24/2009 09:13:34 PM · #16
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09/24/2009 09:32:18 PM · #17
OMG. My dad was an Ob/Gyn, wonder what his biggest delivery was?...

As for me...19 lbs...nooo frickin way am I gonna let THAT happen to me! *running off to get tubes tied*
09/24/2009 09:54:29 PM · #18
Whoa! Forget 'newborn', 3 mo, 6 mo, and 9 mo clothes... Straight to 12 mo. Crazy!
09/24/2009 10:53:46 PM · #19
Well, I thought that was going to be about my brother's baby, who was born earlier this month by C-section (in Australia, though his wife is Indonesian). I don't know how heavy he was, but he's a big baby like his elder brother (now 2 years old) was. My brother is 6'6".
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