Moses William Hilton only left the comfortable space of his mother's womb on June 8, but he's already six to nine months old. Or at least, that's the clothing size he's wearing because this kid is yuuuge.
Upon aiding in his delivery via cesarean section, a nurse remarked that Moses is like "a mini sumo wrestler," ABC reported. While not the largest baby every—that prizes goes to a 23.12 pound Canadian behemoth from 1879—he was one of the bigger newborns that the Wichita, Kansas hospital had ever seen.
Moses came in at 14.4 pounds and 22 inches in length at birth, which is about twice the size of the average newborn. Little Moses puts his siblings to shame; his older sisters were a puny 9 pounds at birth.
Fascinatingly, Moses came 11 days early, probably because he ran out of growing space.