Baby Size Chart

The Baby Size Chart provides the approximate size, length, and weight of babies in each week of pregnancy using fruit and vegetable comparisons.
Week Size By Fruit/Veg (Approx.) Length (inches) Weight (ounces)
4 Poppy Seed 0.04 <0.04
5 Sesame Seed 0.13 0.03
6 Lentil 0.25 0.04
7 Blueberry 0.51 0.04
8 Kidney Bean 0.63 0.04
9 Grape 0.9 0.07
10 Kumquat 1.22 0.14
11 Fig 1.61 0.25
12 Lime 2.13 0.49
13 Pea Pod 2.91 0.81
14 Lemon 3.42 1.52
15 Apple 3.98 2.47
16 Avocado 4.57 3.53
17 Pomegranate 5.12 4.94
18 Sweet Potato 5.59 6.7
19 Mango 6.02 8.47
20 Banana 6.46 10.58
21 Carrot 10.51 12.7
22 Spaghetti Squash 10.94 15.17
23 Grapefruit 11.38 1.10 lb
24 Corn on the Cob 11.81 1.32 lb
25 Cauliflower 13.62 1.46 lb
26 Scallion 14.02 1.68 lb
27 Rutabaga 14.41 1.93 lb
28 Eggplant 14.8 2.22 lb
29 Butternut Squash 15.2 2.54 lb
30 Large Cabbage 15.71 2.91 lb
31 Coconut 16.18 3.31 lb
32 Jicama 16.69 3.75 lb
33 Pineapple 17.2 4.23 lb
34 Cantaloupe 17.72 4.73 lb
35 Honeydew Melon 18.19 5.25 lb
36 Romaine Lettuce 18.66 5.78 lb
37 Swiss Chard 19.13 6.30 lb
38 Leek 19.61 6.80 lb
39 Pumpkin 20.08 7.25 lb
40 Watermelon 20.16 7.63 lb

The Baby Size Chart provides an approximate measurement of the size and weight of a developing baby during each week of pregnancy. The chart compares the baby’s size to various fruits and vegetables, making it easier for expecting parents to visualize the growth and progress of their baby. By tracking the baby’s growth in terms of length and weight, parents can better understand the changes happening during each stage of pregnancy. This chart serves as a helpful reference tool for expectant parents, allowing them to track the development of their baby and anticipate important milestones.


What is a baby size chart?

A baby size chart is a visual guide that provides measurements and corresponding age ranges to help determine the appropriate clothing size for babies.

What are the different sizes available on a baby size chart?

Baby size charts typically include sizes ranging from newborn to toddler. Common sizes may include newborn (0-3 months), 3-6 months, 6-9 months, 9-12 months, 12-18 months, and 18-24 months.

How can I accurately measure my baby to find the right size?

To accurately measure your baby, lay them flat on a surface and use a measuring tape to measure their height from the top of their head to heels. For chest and waist measurements, wrap the tape around the fullest part of their chest and the narrowest part of their waist respectively.

Are baby sizes standardized across different brands?

Baby sizes may vary slightly across different brands due to differences in manufacturing and fitting. It is always important to refer to the specific brand's size chart for the most accurate fit.

What can I do if my baby falls between two size ranges?

If your baby falls between two size ranges on the chart, it is generally recommended to choose the larger size to allow for growth and ensure a comfortable fit. Babies grow quickly, and slightly larger clothing can be adjusted or rolled up if needed.

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