Child height chart | Sheknows.com Basically add the two parents heights (in inches) and add 5 inches for boy and minus 5 inches for a girl and then divide by 2. Apparently it has an error rate of 10%. ****Environmental factors, of course, can change growth.
When he's born, your baby's hands may be nothing more than clenched fists. But by the end of his first year, he may be feeding himself, stacking toys, and turning the pages of a book. Check out this month-by-month guide to your baby's hand control.