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Giant baby, George King born at 15lbs 7oz (7kg) in Bristol, UK

 
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George King was born six weeks ago to his parents Jade and Ryan.

Because no one knew he would be so big his parents said it was a struggle to deliver him.

George went without oxygen for five minutes. He was given a 10% chance of survival.

He was transferred to St Michael's Hospital in Bristol but allowed home four and a half weeks later.
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This is what aspartame does.
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Re: Giant baby, George King born at 15lbs 7oz (7kg) in Bristol, UK
King George was also a fatty.
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Hope he comes out of this OK.

Bet you donuts for dollars his parents are processed OR fast food junkies.
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Re: Giant baby, George King born at 15lbs 7oz (7kg) in Bristol, UK
This is an example of socialized medicine...I would guess that this mother was never tested for gestational diabetes ( a leading cause of high birth weight babies.) If she had been given an ultra sound during the pregnancy it would have indicated the babies huge size. A C-section should have been done here to prevent needless suffering of the mother and oxygen deprivation to the baby.

This penny wise and pound foolish stand could turn out to be more costly in the future...Babies who lose oxygen during birth face a life time of complications that may not show up for years.
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Hopefully god will protect the kid from various dangers.
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Wow, he is quite a bouncy big baby! What a cutie pie, hope the mom and baby George are in good health.

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Wow, he is quite a bouncy big baby! What a cutie pie, hope the mom and baby George are in good health.

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I wonder how big he will grow.
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Wow, he is quite a bouncy big baby! What a cutie pie, hope the mom and baby George are in good health.

baby
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I wonder how big he will grow.
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Interesting question.

I have a nephew who was 11lbs 9oz at birth, while his sister was comparably a peanut at 7lbs.

He grew somewhat tall, and has always been thin, while she has always been weighty and short.

One never knows.
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Re: Giant baby, George King born at 15lbs 7oz (7kg) in Bristol, UK
Wow, he is quite a bouncy big baby! What a cutie pie, hope the mom and baby George are in good health.

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 Quoting: Junkyard Lily


I wonder how big he will grow.
 Quoting: Harbinger Of Truth


Interesting question.

I have a nephew who was 11lbs 9oz at birth, while his sister was comparably a peanut at 7lbs.

He grew somewhat tall, and has always been thin, while she has always been weighty and short.

One never knows.
 Quoting: Esoteric Morgan


Interesting, I've wondered if birth weight has anything to do with eventual range of weight, too. Some of the smaller babies I've known have put on weight as young adults/adults, while the larger babies go in the other direction. scratching
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alone Reminds me of that Big Baby puppet from the Olympics
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George King was born six weeks ago to his parents Jade and Ryan.

Because no one knew he would be so big his parents said it was a struggle to deliver him.

George went without oxygen for five minutes. He was given a 10% chance of survival.

He was transferred to St Michael's Hospital in Bristol but allowed home four and a half weeks later.
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That must have hurt.
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Re: Giant baby, George King born at 15lbs 7oz (7kg) in Bristol, UK
Wow, he is quite a bouncy big baby! What a cutie pie, hope the mom and baby George are in good health.

baby
 Quoting: Junkyard Lily


I wonder how big he will grow.
 Quoting: Harbinger Of Truth


Interesting question.

I have a nephew who was 11lbs 9oz at birth, while his sister was comparably a peanut at 7lbs.

He grew somewhat tall, and has always been thin, while she has always been weighty and short.

One never knows.
 Quoting: Esoteric Morgan


Interesting, I've wondered if birth weight has anything to do with eventual range of weight, too. Some of the smaller babies I've known have put on weight as young adults/adults, while the larger babies go in the other direction. scratching
 Quoting: Junkyard Lily



My grandson weighed 9lbs when he was born. For our family that is huge. He's three now, tall and skinny, so you never know.
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i want to squeeze those cheeks!!!
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That's like squeezing a watermelon thru that cootch.....I feel faint.....ohno
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Re: Giant baby, George King born at 15lbs 7oz (7kg) in Bristol, UK
My daughter was 9lb 1 and half oz but is just 5ft 1 and wears size 2 shoes. My son was 8lb 10 and is 5ft 10. I am 5ft 1
It has nothing to do with junk food or medication as I have never liked junk food and never took any medication until I was forced to take it for Benign Essential Tremor
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I wonder how big he will grow.
 Quoting: Harbinger Of Truth


Interesting question.

I have a nephew who was 11lbs 9oz at birth, while his sister was comparably a peanut at 7lbs.

He grew somewhat tall, and has always been thin, while she has always been weighty and short.

One never knows.
 Quoting: Esoteric Morgan


Interesting, I've wondered if birth weight has anything to do with eventual range of weight, too. Some of the smaller babies I've known have put on weight as young adults/adults, while the larger babies go in the other direction. scratching
 Quoting: Junkyard Lily



My grandson weighed 9lbs when he was born. For our family that is huge. He's three now, tall and skinny, so you never know.
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By "big" I meant like a giant or something.
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Re: Giant baby, George King born at 15lbs 7oz (7kg) in Bristol, UK
Amazingly, it was only the second largest thing ever to pass through her birth canal.
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Re: Giant baby, George King born at 15lbs 7oz (7kg) in Bristol, UK
Holy Moly!!

At six weeks old he is 2ft 2in tall and wears clothes made for six month olds

WOW, Just WOWWWWWW.....

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I wonder how big he will grow.
 Quoting: Harbinger Of Truth


Interesting question.

I have a nephew who was 11lbs 9oz at birth, while his sister was comparably a peanut at 7lbs.

He grew somewhat tall, and has always been thin, while she has always been weighty and short.

One never knows.
 Quoting: Esoteric Morgan


Interesting, I've wondered if birth weight has anything to do with eventual range of weight, too. Some of the smaller babies I've known have put on weight as young adults/adults, while the larger babies go in the other direction. scratching
 Quoting: Junkyard Lily



My grandson weighed 9lbs when he was born. For our family that is huge. He's three now, tall and skinny, so you never know.
 Quoting: INK3




Again, interesting.

'At face value,' with no basis in 'scientific' evaluation other than a few posts on this thread, I am led to wonder if lower weight babies at birth have a 'need' to accumulate more weight, while babies with more weight than needed at birth have a 'need' to shed their excess weight.

Very interesting, indeed.

Great thread, possibly with some unanticipated, thought-provoking responses, eh?!!

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Interesting question.

I have a nephew who was 11lbs 9oz at birth, while his sister was comparably a peanut at 7lbs.

He grew somewhat tall, and has always been thin, while she has always been weighty and short.

One never knows.
 Quoting: Esoteric Morgan


Interesting, I've wondered if birth weight has anything to do with eventual range of weight, too. Some of the smaller babies I've known have put on weight as young adults/adults, while the larger babies go in the other direction. scratching
 Quoting: Junkyard Lily



My grandson weighed 9lbs when he was born. For our family that is huge. He's three now, tall and skinny, so you never know.
 Quoting: INK3




Again, interesting.

'At face value,' with no basis in 'scientific' evaluation other than a few posts on this thread, I am led to wonder if lower weight babies at birth have a 'need' to accumulate more weight, while babies with more weight than needed at birth have a 'need' to shed their excess weight.

Very interesting, indeed.

Great thread, possibly with some unanticipated, thought-provoking responses, eh?!!

hf
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Yep, totally! Great insight, Morgan! sun
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growth hormones in food
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Re: Giant baby, George King born at 15lbs 7oz (7kg) in Bristol, UK
Wow, he is quite a bouncy big baby! What a cutie pie, hope the mom and baby George are in good health.

baby
 Quoting: Junkyard Lily


I wonder how big he will grow.
 Quoting: Harbinger Of Truth


Interesting question.

I have a nephew who was 11lbs 9oz at birth, while his sister was comparably a peanut at 7lbs.

He grew somewhat tall, and has always been thin, while she has always been weighty and short.

One never knows.
 Quoting: Esoteric Morgan


Same here. Have a nephew that was a couple of ounces shy of 13lbs. at birth. His is tall and lanky in his mid 20's and was never chubby after a year old.

They had to break his shoulders to deliver him. The docs waited too long to perform a Caesarean.

His grandfather weighed nealy 13 lbs at as well. Was never chubby later in his life until his late 60's.
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growth hormones in food
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I don't know.
My father weighed nearly 13 lbs at birth and he was born in the early 1920's.

They raised their own food for the most part.
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Mom is a fat fcuker... probably pigged out on junk food for 9 months... excuse my language, but clearly she risked the life of her child.
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George went without oxygen for five minutes. He was given a 10% chance of survival.

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 Quoting: Harbinger Of Truth


So now you have another severely retarded GLP'er in the making that will be on welfare and/or disability for his entire life.

Well done.

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growth hormones in food
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I don't know.
My father weighed nearly 13 lbs at birth and he was born in the early 1920's.

They raised their own food for the most part.
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holy crap.

Home grown food rules. today common food is so devoid of nutrition that it probably couldnt make this size on its own lol.

And also sorry your poor mom had to go through that!! owie
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Re: Giant baby, George King born at 15lbs 7oz (7kg) in Bristol, UK
I was born fully formed, form an egg.

Don't see me bragging about it.





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