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The Baby That Ate Texas

The Baby That Ate Texas

From stretch marks to episiotomies, there are myriad reasons why I’m terrified of child birth. Well, it’s time to add another to the list: 16.1-pound babies. As Hannah shared yesterday in her “Texas fantasy” post, a Texas woman recently gave birth to a bouncing baby boy, 16-pound, 1-ounce JaMichael Brown (see also:  the manatee of the infant world). What Hannah failed to share (those Texans aren’t huge fans of transparency!) was that’s the average size of a six-month-old child. Though, mercifully, the baby, known affectionately as “Moose,” was delivered via C-section, the underlying ordeal really is painful for JaMichael and family. A product of his mother’s poorly controlled gestational diabetes, the newborn is at a higher risk for obesity and diabetes later in life.

Giving the two-foot tall child’s size even greater context, particularly for those of us who don’t encounter (read: avoid at all costs) babies in our day-to-day lives, The Frisky designed a handy chart comparing JaMichael’s weight with that of more familiar items. Let’s just say, I’ll never look at Diet Coke in the same light again.

Now, excuse me while I go close up shop for good.

Posted by Abby