16 Pound Baby Born Texas
July 11, 2011 by staff
16 Pound Baby Born Texas, A Texas mothers possibly a new state record after giving birth to a baby weighing 16 pounds, according to the Longview News-Journal. Brown JaMichael weight of 16 pounds, one ounce, was about four pounds more than the doctors expected placement firm in the top of the East Texas hospital-records baby’s weight, and prompted a review of records state to see if he could be the biggest baby in the state.
JaMichael, which was transferred to the Intensive Care Unit after his birth on Friday to regulate their blood sugar, but is believed to be healthy, it’s bigger than most children of three months. Even diapers in daycare Good Shepherd Medical Center were too small for him, according to his mother, Janet Johnson.
“I can not believe it’s so great. Much of the baby clothes she bought for him will be returned. You are too young to wear,” he said.
JaMichael, which was delivered by Caesarean section, the fourth son of Johnson, but the first child.
“I’m happy,” said the proud mother. “We’ll be here for a few days, then I have really wanted to bring home JaMichael and only love him.”
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