How much should a 15 month old baby weigh?

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How much should a 15 month old baby weigh?
A 15-month-old baby is starting to walk and talk. (babies taking first steps image by jedphoto from Fotolia.com)

The average weight of a 15-month-old girl is about 9.53 Kilogram. Boys of the same age weigh about 9.98 Kilogram. The average height for boys and girls at 15 months old is 31 inches.

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Not All Babies are the Same

Just like adults, babies come in all shapes and sizes. Not all 15-month-olds will be the average weight for their gender. Some may be 2 or 3 pounds more and some 2 or 3 pounds less. Chubbiness or thinness at this age really doesn't matter as long as your baby is growing at a consistent rate.

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According to KidsHealth.com, a website from the Nemours Foundation, a non-profit organisation devoted to improving the health of children, "A baby who is happy, active, and interested in nearby surroundings most likely is getting enough to eat and growing properly. A heavier child should not be put on a calorie-restricted diet without specific medical advice and supervision."

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