Becoming a parent is one of life's biggest roller coaster rides. From the moment you discover you're going to have a baby until they're safely in your arms, your emotions will run the gamut. Worrying is a normal part of parenthood, and a main concern some expectant parents might have is about their baby's development. During your prenatal care visits, your baby's growth will likely be discussed. Even if it might seem like an awkward question to ask, you're the only parent to wonder if there are signs your baby will be small.
If you're just as curious about determining your baby's potential height and weight as you are about finding out the gender, you're not alone. My husband is more than 6 feet tall and I'm 5 feet and 2 inches on a good day. With my mother being a mere 4 feet and 11 inches tall, I really wanted to know if my son was going to take aftermy gene pool. Although every baby is unique, certain parental concerns seem to be universal. So if you're interested in knowing what kind of things can indicate yourbaby's size, then read on to what experts believe are key predictors.