Giving birth to a baby is the happiest stage in woman's life. Experiencing motherhood is something which man will never understand.
The father of these eight heaviest babies in the world should be thankful to the mothers who have shown the courage to give birth to them. Read more to know about the eight heaviest kids in the world.
At the time of birth, this kid weighed nearly 14lbs, 130z. Marie Michel, the mother of the child had 4 bulky babies earlier whose weights were in the range of 8.5 lbs to 12 lbs but this baby has broken the previous records of the hospital that had stood for 18 years.
Johnson was born at the Good Shepherd hospital in Longview and weighed 16 lbs thereby setting a record for both hospital and state. Doctors were expecting a baby between 12-13 pounds but they forgot that "Everything is bigger in Texas."
The prediction of nurses that the baby would weigh from 11 to 12 pounds was proved wrong when baby Sammisano Otuhiva was born in August 2014 in New York, California. This baby who weighed 16 lbs, 1.7 oz at the time of birth is reported to be the heaviest baby of California.
The fifth baby of Francisca Ramos dos Santos who weighed 17lbs at the time of birth amazed everyone in Salvador, Brazil. Doctors predicted that the normal delivery would be impossible in this case due to the size of the baby. Ademilton is double the average weight and size of babies born in Brazil. Doctors reported that the mother has diabetes and holds the record of having overweight babies.
Nadia Khalina, born in Siberia is reported to be the heaviest baby born in Russia. Her weight of 17.1 lbs is sufficient enough to bear the freezing temperature.
This baby was born in 2009 in the Sumatran islands of Indonesia. Akbar became a celebrity because he weighed 8.7 kg at the time of birth. The cesarean operation took 40 minutes to finish because of the enormous size of the baby. Doctors predicted that the large size of the baby is because of the huge dose of glucose received by the mother during pregnancy.
The mother of the baby, Anna Haining Bates was the tallest woman in the world of 7'11" in height. She got married to Martin Van Buren Bates who himself was 7'6" tall. It's pretty obvious that the mother who weighed 18 lbs at the time of birth would deliver a baby of gigantic proportions. Anna had to bear the labor pain for 36 hours to give birth to her baby on 19 January 1879. The baby was 34 inches tall and weighed 22 lbs but unluckily the baby passed away just after 11 hours without getting official name from parents
There is not much details available for the Guinness world record holder heaviest baby. Baby Fedele was born in Italy to Sig. Carmelina Fedele at Aversa and weighed 22 lbs and 8oz in September 1955.