“If your baby is chunky, the first thing to do is to ask your mom how big you were as a baby,” says NYC pediatrician Dr. Michel Cohen. “You’ll probably find that your baby looks just like you used to.” Quite likely, your baby’s fat is just that, baby fat, and he will lose it slowly as he grows. It’s a good idea to speak to your pediatrician about your child’s weight and determine whether her dimples are a problem. The following are some of the factors that could be contributing to all those rolls.
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