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Friday, March 25, 2011

Xye's Physical Growth

The moment I heard Xye’s first cry was my happiest moment, I extended my hand to hold and caress him. But behind my happiness we’re worries because he was so tiny. My worries subsided when the pediatrician told me that all his vitals are normal in spite of the early birth, though he’s small eventually he’ll grow up fast.

Follow me as I monitor Xye’s Physical Growth, but before that let us define what a “Physical Growth” means.

Physical Growth refers to a child’s increase in height, weight and other body changes the occurs when the child matures.  Including milestones, your child growth is the most fascinating development that parents anticipates.

These are the measurements my child had every time we went to his pediatrician.

Age: Newborn
Weight: 4 lbs and 6 oz, Lenght: 43.5 cm, Head Circumference: 30cm

Age: 1 month & 3 days
Weight: 7 lbs and 8 oz, Lenght: 50 cm, Head Circumference: 36cm

Age: 2 months & 14 days
Weight: 11 lbs and 9 oz, Lenght: 56 cm, Head Circumference: 39cm

Age: 3 months & 11 days
Weight: 13 lbs and 2 oz, Lenght: 30 cm, Head Circumference: 39cm

Today Saturday will be Xye’s regular visit to his doctor and I’m excited to know his new inch growth. Looking forward...