Hubby and I are in UNCHARTED territory.
I’m not entirely sure how common it is to have a baby who is literally in uncharted territory. As in, off the charts, crazy tall, for her age.
Parents and people friends, this is where it gets interesting.
Below is the standard chart from the CDC that shows the 5th – 95th Percentiles for height and Weight. It’s safe to say that Theä is still in the 100th Percentile, a.k.a. Off the Stinkin Chart!
This makes the 2nd month in a row that she’s holding onto the 100th Percentile spot. Will she ever slow down?? Am I raising a future supermodel?? The free trips to exotic locations WOULD be AMAZING. 🙂
…except right now, it’s a bit of an inconvenience.
- Strangers surely think she’s a late blooming 6 month old – she’s as long as a 6 month old in the 52nd (average) Percentile.
- All of her Size 6 Month pajamas and onesies are just about TOO SHORT. Did I mention she’s only 3 months and 1 day old?
- All of the “seasonally appropriate” clothes I bought for her for fall/winter time (on sale of course) are probably going to be useless. She’ll probably be in 9-12 month clothes in no time if this growth trend continues and it’ll be far too hot for long sleeves, hoodies, and pants in the Texas heat. Total bummer.
Overall, she’s got a great BMI of 16.64 – she’s actually slightly UNDERweight for her height. Her optimum weight should be around 18 pounds. Oddly enough, she’s actually eating less than she used to. Weird??
Anywho, check out the “little” lady’s stats in these handy dandy charts below: