Height and Weight Changes in Baby Boys and Baby Girls

Height and Weight Changes in Baby Boys and Baby Girls

First of all, please be aware that there are slight differences in the height and weight development of boys and girls and that the development of each baby is unique. If you think that there is a deficiency or excess in your baby according to the table below, we recommend that you consult your doctor.

Remember, your baby’s birth height and weight may vary depending on the week of delivery.

If you gave birth at 40th week your baby’s height should be between 48-52 cm and weight is 3000 grams.

 

What are the height and weight averages of baby boys?

Most parents are curious about the development of their baby. Is my baby’s height normal? Is my baby’s weight normal? How is his development acording to the month? We have prepared the table of height and weight index in baby boys.

As you will see in the table, baby weight gain varies by month. Because, every baby is special and every baby is different.

You can provide your baby a healthy diet by giving only breast milk for the first 6 months.

Do not forget! For the first 6 months, the ideal food for your baby is breast milk. Even a drop of breast milk is a miracle for your baby.

 

Weight and Height Ratio of Baby Boys

Minimum Height Maximum Height Minimum Weight Maximum Weight
1 Month Old 51 cm 60 cm 3000 g 5750 g
2 Month Old 53 cm 63 cm 3600 g 6600 g
3 Month Old 55 cm 65 cm 4150 g 7500 g
4 Month Old 57 cm 68 cm 4600 g 8250 g
5 Month Old 58 cm 70 cm 5100 g 9000 g
6 Month Old 60 cm 73 cm 5500 g 9600 g
7 Month Old 62 cm 75 cm 6000 g 10200 g
8 Month Old 63 cm 77 cm 6300 g 10900 g
9 Month Old 65 cm 79 cm 6700 g 11300 g
10 Month Old 66 cm 80 cm 6950 g 11900 g
11  Month Old 68 cm 82 cm 7200 g 12200 g
12 Month Old 69 cm 83 cm 7450 g 12500 g

 

What are the height and weight averages of baby girls?

We prepared the height and weight table for mothers of baby girls who are wondering whether baby’s weight is normal. You can check the table below to see if your baby’s weight is normal compared to the month.

Your baby may return to the weight he was born in the first month. Don’t worry if your baby is losing weight. Your baby can get rid of swellings after birth and because of that, can lose a little weight.

Most parents think this is due to insufficient breast milk. But it’s wrong to think like that. If your nutrition is enough and balanced, if you get the energy you need from high quality sources, you probably have enough milk for your baby.

 

Weight and Height Ratio of Baby Girls

Minimum Height Maximum Height Minimum Weight Maximum Weight
1 Month Old 50 cm 59 cm 2950 g 5400 g
2 Month Old 52 cm 62 cm 3500 g 6400 g
3 Month Old 54 cm 65 cm 4000 g 7200 g
4 Month Old 56 cm 68 cm 4500 g 8000 g
5 Month Old 57 cm 70 cm 5000 g 8700 g
6 Month Old 59 cm 72 cm 5400 g 9250 g
7 Month Old 61 cm 73 cm 5800 g 9800 g
8 Month Old 62 cm 75 cm 6150 g 10350 g
9 Month Old 63 cm 77 cm 6500 g 10800 g
10 Month Old 64 cm 79 cm 6750 g 11200 g
11 Month Old 65 cm 80 cm 7000 g 11200 g
12 Month Old 66 cm 81 cm 7200 g 12000  g

 

Our articles are prepared to give advice. You should consult your doctor for exact information.

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