Huge Baby Born in Texas?

 

LONGVIEW, Texas, July 11 (UPI) Staffers at a Texas hospital said a 16-pound baby born recently is the largest ever born at the hospital and maybe in the entire state. Janet Johnson of Longview said she and her fiance, Michael Brown, were told by doctors at Good Shepherd Medical Center to expect a 12- or 13-pound baby but when JaMichael arrived Friday he was 16 pounds, 1 ounce and 2 feet long, KYTX-TV, Tyler, Texas, reported Monday. “When they pulled the baby out, they could tell that he was huge,” Johnson said. “And then they weighed him.” She said doctors told her the baby’s size may be related to her gestational diabetes, which she was diagnosed with while pregnant. “It’s a beautiful baby,” nurse Mary Beth Smith said. “But for health reasons. We’d rather not see a baby this large … They can have a little harder time maintaining their blood sugar.” Hospital staffers said the baby may be the largest ever born in the state. The Guinness world record for the world’s largest newborn stands at 23 pounds and 12 ounces.

Look at this tubby motherfucker! Dude was born with a full blown jheri curl. Looks like fucking Lionel Richie or somethin. I hope the Jets draft this kid right now. “With the 32nd pick, in the 2012 NFL Draft, the New York Jets select JaMichael Brown from Good Shepard Medical Center.” Just sit on it and wait for 20 years until this monster is ready. Plop his fat ass in at left tackle. Because there has never been a person more destined to play in the NFL than a black kid named JaMichael who was 16 pounds when he was born.

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