Fortified Milk Makes Bigger Babies?
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My son was a huge baby, tipping the scale at 9 pounds, 14 ounces when he was born.
This isn't greatly shocking, as both of his parents are gigantic people, but it is interesting that several of my less enormous friends are having newborns that enter the world at over 8 pounds.
I had thought the crop of very big babies might be due to something we were eating, perhaps additives in our food or minerals in our water.
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