A western Sydney mother has given birth to the biggest baby WITHOUT any pain ever seen at Blacktown Hospital.
At 39 weeks and 3 days Parker James Bell tipped the scales at a whopping 5.755kgs — 12lb 6oz — when he eventually arrived into the world on Thursday.
Staff at Blacktown Hospital, in western Sydney, called Parker Bell’s birth weight – which equates to 12.6lbs in imperial measurements – the heaviest they have ever seen.
Despite his size actually arrived before his due date Parker happened to arrive just on time.
Parker’s proud mum Nikki, 28, didn’t resort to any pain relief throughout the natural birth, which the hospital noted had ‘no complications’.
Mrs Bell was in deed incredibly nonchalant about her baby’s daunting weight, as she explains labour can be unnerving irrespective of the baby’s size.
Nikki remarks, “My first baby went until 41 weeks and 3 days — lucky I didn’t go that far he would have been 6kg plus.”
‘I’m sure all births hurt, whether it’s 1.7kg of 5.7kg — they all hurt,’ she said.
Other mothers online were quick to pay their respects to the mother-of-two’s efforts – along with the hospital’s staff.
‘This little cutie weighs more than my twins put together at almost a month old,’ revealed one new mum.
‘Women’s bodies are amazing! Well done first and foremost to the mummy but also to the birthing staff that helped this mummy do her job and allow her body to do its thing!,‘ said another.
Since his headline-making grand entrance, Parker, his proud parents and big sister Maddison, one, have returned to their home at Riverstone in Sydney’s north-west.
The Bell’s are now planning how Parker’s height will work to his advantage.
“Hopefully he will be a bit of a football player, maybe a front rower, that’ll keep his dad happy,” Mrs Bell said.
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