Growth Charts for Children. How much should my Baby weigh?

Lots of parents wonder whether their child is Baby Weightbigger or smaller than other kids the same age.

To give you a benchmark, here are the values from the 25th percentile to the 75th percentile for weight and height – meaning that half of kids fall within these ranges. A quarter of kids fall above these numbers and a quarter of kids below them.

 


At each well-child visit, the doctor will weigh and measure your child and tell you his height and weight percentiles.

The data below comes from the World Health Organization for children under age 2 and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for children age 2 and older.
Child-Growth-Size-Chart
Child’s Weight and Height according to WHO and CDC standards. Data represents 75 to 25% of population. Please note that this is an approximation of observations only.

 


You can download the printable format of this table here!


 

 

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