Aubree was born on Feb 04, 2013 at 04:24 AM weighed 8.75 lb and was 20.50 in long.
My name is Aubree Nevaeh and I haven't been born yet. I am due to be born February 4th 2013. My favorite things to do are: kick mommy and sleep! When I am born I will love Milkyways because I made mommy want those when I was inside her. I cant wait until I am born because mommy and daddy got me some really cute cloths to wear and so that I can snuggle with my daddy.
Wow that's great! Chloe was 11lbs 14ozs at her 2 month check up, I think she was like 10lbs 12ozs at 1 month. Do you just pump and feed her that way or do you put her to the breast too? My ped. told me that you can't overfeed a breastfed baby, they're really really good at knowing when they're full and when to stop, so I wouldn't worry about that! Breastfed babies tend to gain slower so gaining quicker is good! Chloe is right on track, still in the 90th percentile, she's in the 95th percentile for her height, which is weird since I'm short haha!
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