The 16-month-old “giant baby” in Indonesia weighs 27 kg, wears XXXL diapers and directly wears dad’s clothes!

At present, Kenzi stands at a height of 75 cm and weighs 27 kg, which is equivalent to the weight of an average 8-year-old child. Typically, a 16-month-old baby weighs approximately 10 kg. Kenzi surpasses the average weight for children of his age by 17 kg and continues to gain weight.

In an interview, Pitriah’s mother revealed that Kenzi has a preference for wearing size XXXL diapers. Unfortunately, they are unable to find this size in their town, so they have to use size XXL diapers instead. Although smaller diapers are uncomfortable for Kenzi, they are used only at night to save money.

Currently, Kenzi encounters challenges in standing and walking, which sets him apart from children his age. He also experiences discomfort when sitting, further limiting his activities. As a result, Kenzi’s mobility is restricted, and he spends most of his time at home.

The local government offered assistance by providing a stroller, but it was not able to accommodate Kenzi’s weight, so they had to set it aside. This presents a challenge for his parents as they constantly need to be by his side. When they go out, they rely on a wheelchair to transport Kenzi, pushing him forward carefully and at a slower pace.

At the age of 16 months, Kenzi is able to fit into his father’s clothes, who is 41 years old. Petria’s mother mentioned that occasionally Kenzi can wear his father’s clothes, but it is not a regular occurrence. Furthermore, their neighbors, who are 10 years older than Kenzi, often give him their old clothes.

At the time of birth, Kenzi had a weight of approximately 4.5kg and a height of around 48cm, which falls within the range of average weight and height for newborn babies.

Among the siblings, Kenzi holds the fourth position in terms of age, and the body shapes of his brothers and sisters fall within the normal range.

Petria’s mother has been diagnosed with gallstones, and as a result, Kenzi has been exclusively fed formula since birth for his nutritional needs. Normally, babies rely on formula until they reach approximately 6 months of age when solid foods are gradually introduced.

Given the limited and fluctuating part-time income of my father, who also bears the burden of tuition fees for Kenzi’s siblings, the family is facing financial challenges. Consequently, Kenzi had to transition from formula to sweetened condensed milk as a substitute due to the financial constraints.

At the age of 6 months, Kenzi underwent remarkable changes, as his weight surged by 15-16 kg. Petria’s mother diligently monitored her son’s growth and observed an unusually rapid increase in weight during each weighing. Concerns about Kenzi’s appearance were raised by neighbors, who noticed his excessive weight gain.

Despite the concerns about Kenzi’s weight, his mother reassured that he has a normal diet and regular bowel movements. Surprisingly, despite being overweight, Kenzi enjoys good health and rarely falls ill. His breathing is normal, he doesn’t experience shortness of breath, and he typically sleeps on his back. Witnessing Kenzi’s daily positive mood and overall happiness has somewhat eased Petria’s mother’s anxiety.

Upon learning about the situation, local health officials have intervened to provide assistance and cover Kenzi’s medical expenses. Petria’s mother recently took Kenzi to the hospital for a checkup, where doctors found no signs of illness but advised implementing dietary control measures.

Nevertheless, they decided to refer him to another hospital for additional examinations. The director of the local health department stressed the importance of investigating various factors that may contribute to Kenzi’s obesity, including hormonal imbalances and other potential causes.

Like any other parents, the couple also harbors the hope that their baby will regain optimal health and achieve a normal body shape in the future.

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