Baby Growth Chart 0-1 Years
Babies undergo quite a few developmental changes in the first one year, of their lives. Although every baby grows at their own pace, some numbers can help a new parent to understand the average growth pattern. Here’s what we have put together:
In the first year the baby develops not only physically, but there is development on various other facets. Overall, the developmental changes that a baby goes through in the first year include—
Physical development (height, weight, growth spurt etc)
- Till they become 6-month-old, a baby gains about 1.5-2.5 centimeters each month and about 135-200 grams each week.
- From 6-12 months, a babycontinues to grow by about a centimeter each month and about 85 to 150 grams a week.
By the time your baby is a year old, they are going to be triple their original weight and height!
- Normally, the average weight for babies is around 3.5 kgs. However, 2.5 – 4.5 kgs is considered to be a healthy and normal weight range for babies. Usually, boys tend to be a bit heavier than the girls.
- As for the height, 45.7 to 55.5 centimeters is considered to be the normal height range for babies, both girls and boys.
For reference, here are the healthy baby growth charts [as per as the weight and height] in terms of gender—-