We just had our 4 month appt yesterday.
25 3/4 inches (92%)
14.6 lbs (52%)
On the night you were born, the moon shone with such wonderthat the stars peeked into see youand the night wind whispered,'Life will never be the same.'
24 1/2 inches long......19 at birth
Born- 19 inches
Now- 25 1/4 inches
2%?? Are his parents short?
My 3-month DD was 25.5 in yesterday. Today, who knows.
jdnemmer:2%?? Are his parents short?My 3-month DD was 25.5 in yesterday. Today, who knows.
I'm 5'2 and my FI is 6'0. "In yesterday"? I have no clue what your saying
DD is 26 inches. She is one tall girl - 95th percentile - Pedi says she is the length of a 7-month old.
ETA: She was born at 20 1/4 inches.
DD was 25.5 inches at 4 months.
24 inches would put your DS in the 25-50th percentile (according to my growth chart app and based on WHO standards) not the 2nd percentile...
At DS's 4 month appointment he was 24 and 3/4 inches. He was also born 19 inches. At 4 months he was considered 50th percentile for height. However, our pedi told us at his 2 month appointment that their height at that point is no indication of what they'll be as an adult, it only has to do with the size of our uterus. I'm not sure at what point it does begin to be an indicator of adult height (not that you were asking, just thought that was interesting).
Born: 20 inches
4 months: 27 inches - I think he's going to be tall like his dad!
At 4 mths old she was 25.5 inches. She was 20 at birth. Puts her in 90% for height
Colin was born 20" and was 25.5" at his 4 month checkup. Pedi says he's in the 85th %ile for height.
Baby A - 19.5 at birth 25.5 at 4 months
Baby B - 20.33 at birth 26 at 4 months
They are turning in to my big boys!
Trillium79:DD was 25.5 inches at 4 months. 24 inches would put your DS in the 25-50th percentile (according to my growth chart app and based on WHO standards) not the 2nd percentile...
DD is 26.25 in at 4 months.
I agree though, 24 inches is the 25-50th percentile, not 2%
19.75 inches at birth (15%)
23.5 at 4 months (25%)
Those were the percentages we were told - which obviously doesn't mesh with what you were told. I guess you could compare it to the WHO growth charts you can find online.
4 Months: 18 lbs, 4 oz and 27"
Birth: 7 lbs, 4 oz and 19.5 "
Needless to say, he is a big boy.