A woman gives birth to a ‘humongous’ 2-month-old baby.
A woman gave birth to a baby who weighed 12 pounds and 9 ounces and required two people to lift him out of her.
Amy Smit, 27, of Buckinghamshire, U.K., told The Buckinghamshire Herald that her baby Zeik was 24 inches tall when he was born on March 25.
Newborn newborns are 20 inches long on average, ranging from 18 to 22 inches, and weigh 7.5 pounds on average, ranging from 5.5 to 10 pounds.
When Zeik was born, he was about the size of a two-month-old baby, or bigger than a typical 10-pound house cat.
“Fortunately,” Smit told The Bucks Herald, Zeik was born via c-section.
“He was so enormous that it needed two people to lift him out,” she explained. I could only hear doctors and midwives exclaiming, “He’s humongous, he’s so big.” I couldn’t believe it when they lifted him over the screen to show me.”
According to Smit, who spoke to the SWNS news agency, “I was surrounded by a slew of tiny ladies, and I overheard one of them say, “I need some help, he’s enormous.”
“My first words were ‘bloody hell,’ when they lifted him above the screen for me and Zac to see.”
Zeik’s newborn clothes, which she and her husband had purchased, had to be discarded. He’s wearing clothes for six to nine-month-old babies at the age of two.
“Even if he’s nothing like a newborn, we wouldn’t change him,” says the couple “she stated
“We knew he’d be a tall baby because all the scans showed he was quite long, and both Zac and I are around the six-foot mark,” Smit told SWNS. But we had no idea he would be that big.”
There are a variety of reasons why some babies are particularly large when they are born, including genetics, how much weight a mother gains when she is pregnant, as well as the mother having diabetes.
Appetite does not appear to explain Zeik’s size, as Smit said she lost her appetite she was pregnant.
“I just went off food. I never fancied any meals, I couldn’t eat meat or anything,” she told SWNS.
While Zeik is a big baby, he doesn’t quite match up to the heaviest baby ever born on. This is a brief summary.