This little (big) bubba weighed in at twice the size of an average newborn.
Baby, Maoama Ala was born almost twice as big as the average Australian baby. Weighing in at whopping 6.3kg.
His parents couldn’t wrap newborn nappies around him or squeeze him into the clothes they had packed when he was born on Tuesday, reported Courier Mail.
The baby boy was born via caesarean section at 39 weeks after doctors became concerned about his size.
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“They did scans and said he was a big baby, so they booked me in for a caesarean, but at the time they thought he was about 4kg,” his mother Teuaililo Ala said.
“When he came out I was very surprised.”
Moama weighed 6320 grams and was 60cm long. The average Australian baby tips the scales at 3.3kg.
Naww congrats mumma! He is adorable.
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