Mom Who Gave Birth To 14-Pound Baby (6.5kg) Shares Photos Of Giant Newborn Son

An American woman has shared a stunning photo of her newborn, who came into the world weighing an incredible 14 pounds.

The mother, who goes by the nickname @shans1588 on Tiktok, decided to respond to a call for women to show how big their babies were, and needless to say, she made everyone’s jaws drop.

“Oh you want to play the biggest baby?” she replied. “I got you.”

After she shared a photo of her freshly newborn baby boy, she went on to explain:

“At 38 weeks and one day, I had my second son via C-section with two doctors assisting. Because he came in at a whopping 14 pounds, point six ounces.” (over 6.5kg)

Image: TikTok@Shans1588

The wonder baby was 24 inches in height (nearly 60cm).

The average weight for a newborn is 7.5 lb (3.5 kg).

“That’s right,” the mother went on to say in the clip. “I gave birth to a toddler, who then spent 11 days in the NICU. Where clearly, he was the biggest baby in there.”

She also said that the NICU ward did not even have clothes and diapers large enough for her boy. 

“They had to go upstairs to pediatrics and get size three diapers and he came home in clothing, sized six to nine months.”

@shans1588

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

♬ original sound – Shans1588

People on the web were quick to respond with witty comments:

“He’s already got a credit score.”

Another person wrote:

“That baby drove himself home from the hospital.

He started college classes the next day.”

In another video, Shan revealed that her son is now 5-years-old and full of life.

“Our 14 1b .6oz baby boy J is a healthy, stubborn and STRONG five-year-old who loves baseball, football and Monster Trucks.”

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