Most are in the six to eight pound range. Mine was ten and a half. He had to be that big to hold that much cute!
If you are asking for a new born then anywhere between 4-5 pounds is good. My Nephew was 4 pounds and doctors said he is a cute little healthy kid.
Between 6 and 8 pounds. If Mom suffers from gestational diabetes, the baby will probably be bigger, and if the baby is premature then he/she will be smaller. Babies who are born outside the normal range aren't necessarily unhealthy though. Could just be genetics.
I don't think there is a "normal" weight. Anything over 5 lbs is healthy, though many have been born under that and been fine. On average, most doctors expect at least 5.5 to 8 lbs.
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