# Children's Growth Chart Percentiles Calculator

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Brittney - posted on 01/31/2013

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I posted on this last year!
Update!

At 2 years and 3 months:

your child is 28 pounds, and that is
at the 53rd percentile for weight.

your child is 40 inches, and that is
at greater than the 97th percentile for height.

Laurie - posted on 01/29/2013

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My twiin girls are going to be six the end of February and are bothe bery tall. They are both about 44 inches. Ones is 76 lbs and the toehr is 72. Is that overwieght?

Laurie - posted on 01/29/2013

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My twiin girls are going to be six the end of February and are bothe bery tall. They are both about 44 inches. Ones is 76 lbs and the toehr is 72. Is that overwieght?

Britni - posted on 01/15/2012

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At 9 years and 1 months:

your child is 60 pounds, and that is

at the 35th percentile for weight.

your child is 52 inches, and that is

at the 36th percentile for height.

At 7 years and 8 months:

your child is 50 pounds, and that is

at the 26th percentile for weight.

your child is 47 inches, and that is

at the 11st percentile for height.

At 22 months:

your child is 24 pounds, and that is

at the 10th percentile for weight.

your child is 34 inches, and that is

at the 54th percentile for height.

Breastfeed also (first two need supplement while I worked, third was exclusively and is still nursing at night) But I am very short and thin (like under 100lbs when not preg or breastfeeding) and my husband isn't very tall either.

Karina - posted on 01/14/2012

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At 2 years and 8 months: Daughter

your child is 33 pounds, and that is

at the 83rd percentile for weight.

your child is 40 inches, and that is

at greater than the 97th percentile for height.

At 11 months: Son

your child is 19.8 pounds, and that is

at the 13th percentile for weight.

your child is 30 inches, and that is

at the 66th percentile for height.

My daughter was breastfed till she was 13 months while my son was breastfed till 6 month cause my milk just wasn't enough. He has been a pain cause he has a fast metabolism and he won't eat.

Tameka - posted on 01/14/2012

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At 5 years and 7 months:

your child is 40.79 pounds, and that is

at the 38th percentile for weight.

your child is 46.5 inches, and that is

at the 87th percentile for height.

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At 2 years and 1 months:

your child is 24.25 pounds, and that is

at the 14th percentile for weight.

your child is 33.5 inches, and that is

at the 36th percentile for height.

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I always get comments from doctors that my children are too skinny etc etc until they see both parents. I just can't have fat babies, no matter how much a doctor tries to bully me into over feeding my girls. Not only that, these charts are usually done on formula fed children. Both my girls were breastfed for well over a year and never given formula (I'm not trying to upset anyone who formula fed their babies, I just was lucky enough to breastfeed because I had the ability to do so) so I'd be interested to know what the breastfeeding version says.

Sharon - posted on 01/12/2012

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At 26 months:

your child is 31 pounds, and that is

at the 76th percentile for weight.

your child is 43 inches, and that is

at greater than the 97th percentile for height.

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At 9 months:

your child is 22 pounds, and that is

at the 68th percentile for weight.

your child is 32 inches, and that is

at greater than the 97th percentile for height.

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Yep, somehow we have very long kids even though we are only 5'1 and 5'7 heheheh

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At 7 years and 3 months:

your child is 40 pounds, and that is

at less than the 3rd percentile for weight.

your child is 43 inches, and that is

at less than the 3rd percentile for height.

It told me to try again too, but I already know he's tiny.

Cherish - posted on 01/12/2012

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At 9 years and 7 months:

your child is 66 pounds, and that is

at the 45th percentile for weight.

your child is 51.5 inches, and that is

at the 17th percentile for height.

LOL it told me to use the baby calculator and try again,I guess they need a different one for kids w/ special needs

Brittney - posted on 01/12/2012

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At 16 months:

your child is 25.5 pounds, and that is

at the 78th percentile for weight.

your child is 34 inches, and that is

at greater than the 97th percentile for height.

so very amusing! thanks!

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