I'm not entirely sure what you mean by this, but babies are supposed to come in all shapes and sizes! They will vary in their 'chubbiness' quite a lot, and as long as they are feeding well and the health professionals are happy with their progress, this should be enough. You should never try to overfeed them, as they tend to sick it up anyway, but also doing this to try and make your baby chubby would be unhealthy, and a possible trigger for overeating and obesity in later life.
Embrace the lean! Babies are all different and as long as the baby is getting enough to eat, its body will decide whether it will be chubby or lean. Don't try and make a baby chubby. Chubby isn't good for anyone.
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