This Baby grow fits perfectly
Congratulations on your pregnancy – how exciting! I have a son born just this year, he is not able to walk yet but does a lot of baby talk. He smiles every morning when he wakes up as if he knows something. This Babygrow fits perfectly on Eli and I’m sure they will for yours too.
Not all baby bodysuits are created equal – this popular style is a must-have for your precious little bundle. The neckband is designed, lap shoulders for easy on-and-off and a three-snap closure makes nappy changes easy peasy. Personalised Dr Shea custom image. There’s no wrong way to wear this super soft bodysuit. This comfortable baby grow by Dr Shea will be a great addition to any baby’s wardrobe, and lap shoulders make for easier changing.
• 5.0 oz., 100% combed ring-spun cotton in a 1×1 baby rib
• White is sewn with 100% cotton thread
• Reinforced three-snap closure on binding
• Lap shoulders for easy changing
Newborn (0-3 months)
Immediately after birth, a newborn loses about 5-10% of his or her birth weight. However, by about 2 weeks, babies should start to gain weight and grow quickly.
During normal baby growth, your newborn grows faster in the first few months than at any other time in life. If your baby is breastfeeding, it’s important that she be fed every 2-3 hours (8-12 times per day). If she’s bottle feeding then she will normally eat every 3-4 hours in the first few weeks.
Every month after the first, he or she should gain about 1.5-2 pounds and grow 1-1.5 inches. And, a good thing for moms and dads, a newborn may sleep 16-17 hours a day the first month of life, keeping them warm is essential, therefore our baby grows are essential.
Infant (4-8 months)
During the second half of the first year of life, infant growth is not as rapid. However, an infant needs more calories in relation to size than a preschooler or school-age child.
Every month, your baby should gain about 1.5-2 pounds and grow 2-3 inches. An infant’s weight by 4-6 months should be double her birth weight.
Toddler (9 months and up)
By 8 months, the average boy will weigh between 14.5-17.5 pounds, while girls will weigh about a half-pound less.
At 1 year of age, the typical child weighs about 3 times her birth weight. However, between ages 1-2 a toddler will gain only about 5 pounds.
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