This Mom Won The ‘Biggest Baby Birth Weight’ Competition

Babies are measured from the first doctor’s visit up until the very last. And clearly, some babies are born MUCH bigger than others.

A TikTok launched a “who has the biggest baby competition”, and one mom’s response went viral.

Let’s Play “Who Had The Biggest Baby?”

A trend has gone viral on TikTok where moms compete for the top spot of who gave birth to the biggest baby.

pregnant stomach with person forming hands in the shape of a heart on their stomach
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Photo Credit: Suhyeon Choi / Unsplash

One woman won by a whole lot, and let’s just say that it’s clear why.

Standard Baby Weight

Most babies are born between 37 and 40 weeks.

baby boy sleeping under the blankets
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Photo Credit: Peter Oslanec / Unsplash

They usually weigh somewhere between 5 pounds, 8 ounces (2,500 grams), and 8 pounds, 13 ounces (4,000 grams). However, that offers a lot of wiggle room.

It All Started With This TikTok

Out of curiosity, a user posted a TikTok asking her followers to share how much their babies weigh.

She continued: “Whoever sees this video, tell me the weight of your biggest baby.”

The Response

The video has over seven thousand comments and has been seen by millions.

mother smiling and holding her baby in her arms against her
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Photo Credit: Isaac Quesada / Unsplash

Some moms started posting their own TikToks in response to show photo proof of their big kiddos.

The Woman Who Gave Birth To A Whole Toddler

TikTok user shans1588 posted a video response to the question and it garnered 36 million views.

@shans1588

#stitch with @tawnee117 #greenscreen Meet my 14lb .06 oz baby boy!

♬ original sound – Shans1588

“You wanna play ‘the biggest’ baby? I got you,” she said. “At 38 weeks and one day, I had my second son via C section by two doctors. Because he came in at a whopping 14 lbs .6 oz.”

That’s A Big Boy

“He was the biggest baby in there,” she adds. She said there weren’t any clothes or diapers that fit her baby.

newborn baby lying on a scale weighing just over fourteen pounds
Photo Credit: shans1588 / TikTok
Photo Credit: shans1588 / TikTok

The nurses had to “go up to pediatrics to get size 3 diapers, and he came home in clothing 6 to 9 months,” she said.

He Spent Some Time In The NICU

Because he was so big, her baby had to spend 11 days in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.

screenshot of a tiktok of mom sharing photo of her newborn baby who came in at around 14 pounds
Photo Credit: shans1588 / TikTok
Photo Credit: shans1588 / TikTok

After much demand, shans1588 shared a video of what her son looks like today, five years later.

A Follow-Up

Since this video went viral, the mama shared a follow-up story.

@shans1588

Our 14 1b .6oz baby boy. J is a healthy, stubborn and STRONG 5 year old who loves baseball, football and Monster Trucks. #fyp #bigbaby

♬ Proud of You – Five Times August

Her baby, now five years old, has grown into a “healthy, stubborn, and strong” guy who loves football, baseball, and monster trucks.

Another Woman’s Story

This mama’s stomach was measuring 47 weeks when she was only 38 weeks pregnant. So, they scheduled a C-section.

The doctors only thought her baby was going to be 10 pounds 2 ounces, but he turned out to be a 12 pounder!

Four Big Boys

Bethany has given birth to four boys. The first was 9 pounds 8 ounces, and the second was 9 pounds 4 ounces. The third was 10 pounds 8 ounces.

@bethanynrichardson

#stitch with @tawnee117 yes, my friends got me an actual trophy after the last one #babies #momtok #ouch

♬ original sound – bethanynrichardson

Her last baby was 13 pounds 11 ounces, and he was delivered NATURALLY. Kudos to her!

The Moral Of The Story

Overall, a woman was able to successfully give birth to a 14-pound child, which means that practically anything is possible.

woman holding onto her bare pregnant belly
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Photo Credit: freestocks / Unsplash

Our bodies are amazing, and kudos to mothers everywhere for carrying their babies!