Heaviest Baby in German History Born: 13.47 Pounds!

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Someone get this woman a bag of ice. STAT!

The New York Daily News confirms that a girl named Jasleen was born at University Hospital in Leipzig on July 26, weighing in at 13.47 pounds and measuring 22.6 inches in length. She is the heaviest child ever born vaginally in Germany.

Damn! And… OUCH!

Doctors say the baby's weight is due to an undiagnosed case of gestational diabetes, but both daughter and mother are doing fine. Jasleen remains in the neonatal care unit, according to the German newspaper Der Spiegel.

Jasleen, however, is not the heaviest child born in 2013.

That honor belongs to a British boy need George - no, not that British boy named George! - who tipped the scales at 15 pounds, 7 ounces.

The heaviest baby of all-time, meanwhile? The Guinness Book of World Records says it's a child born to someone named Anna Bates in 1879... who weighed 23 pounds!

That's like half of Ariana Grande!


Get her a bag of ice?! How about a morphine drip! OMG!!!!


oh, i'm sorry ladies...i'm a bit confused here...i thought BIGGER was AlWAYS better?


My little boy was 11lbs 3oz and 22inches long when he was born. I hold the largest baby born vaginaly at the hospital where I delivered.

Sandy fisher clark

That's 2 babies in one


I would have died !


oh my!!!! My daughter was only 5lbs I couldn't imagine anything bigger!!!!


Omg! Reading this made me hurt... Giving birth to my 7pound daughter was.brutal....13 is just unbelievable

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