Babies (7 to 12 Months Old)

Babies grow faster than the speed of light. When a child turns from 7-month-old to 12-month-old, it seems like a miracle happening on the snap of fingers.

Their clothes get shorter but the efforts of parents reach mountains. Their lifestyle changes completely, so do their responsibilities. Let this Sneh Post help you with a useful health guide with a piece of information for babies who are 7- to 12-month-old.

7 to 12 months old weaning babies’ health guide: Happy baby boy and girl chilling together in beautiful pink dress with red roses and a red bowl full of cerelac in hands
A cheerful baby boy and baby girl with their Cerelac bowl!

The kids might look happy and cheerful in the above frame of the image, but weaning is not easy for both children and their parents. Yes, babies are innocent and cute but they are also too powerful and unpredictable with their ever-changing moods.

However, millions of bucks can't match their one smile. But the vitality in children demands an ongoing watch over their nutrition and health which is not less than a milestone.

So here you are some information to help you track your beloved one's health!

  • Babies
  • Life Event and Status

    State
    Age Group
    Life Event
    Status
    Weaning
    7 to 12 Months
    Growth
    Innocence and Vitality

    Standard Height

    Age (Months)
    Height (Cm)
    Height (Inches)
    Height (Feet)
    7
    69.2
    27.24
    2.27
    8
    70.6
    27.80
    2.32
    9
    72
    28.35
    2.36
    10
    73.3
    28.86
    2.40
    11
    74.5
    29.33
    2.44
    12
    75.7
    29.80
    2.48

    Ideal Weight and BMR

    Age (Months)
    Weight (Kg)
    Weight (Pounds/lbs)
    BMR (Kcal)
    7
    8-8.4
    17.6-18.5
    517
    8
    8.5-8.9
    18.7-19.6
    530
    9
    8.6-9.3
    19-20.5
    541
    10
    9.1-9.7
    20-21.4
    553
    11
    9.5-10
    21-22
    564
    12
    9.5-10.3
    21-22.7
    571

    Energy Need as per Physical Activity Level (Kcal)

    Age (Months)
    Very Light
    Light
    Moderate
    High
    Very High
    Extremely High
    7
    620
    749
    904
    982
    1033
    1137
    8
    636
    768
    927
    1007
    1060
    1166
    9
    649
    784
    946
    1027
    1082
    1190
    10
    664
    802
    968
    1051
    1106
    1217
    11
    676
    817
    986
    1071
    1127
    1240
    12
    685
    828
    999
    1085
    1142
    1256

    Water Requirement per Day

    Age (Months)
    Water Need (Cups)
    Water Need (Ml)
    Water Need (Litre)
    Water Need (Ounces)
    7
    4.2-4.9
    1000-1150
    1-1.2
    33.8-38.9
    9
    4.7-5.3
    1100-1250
    1.1-1.25
    37.2-42.3
    12
    4.9-5.5
    1150-1300
    1.15-1.3
    38.9-44

    Nutritional Requirements

    (Abbrv: RDI= Recommended Daily Intake; RDA= Recommended Dietary Allowances)
    (Units per Day: g= gram; mg= milligram; μg or mcg= microgram)

    Parameter
    RDA
    Safe Upper Limit
    Side Effects Begin
    Energy (Kcal)
    850 (98/kg)
    Carbohydrate (g)
    95
    Fiber (g)
    ND
    Protein (g)
    11.0
    Fat (g)
    30
    Vitamin A: Retinol (g)
    500
    600
    Vitamin A2 (g)
    Vitamin D (μg)
    10
    38
    Vitamin E (mg)
    5
    ND
    Vitamin K (μg)
    2.5
    ND
    Carotenoid
    ND
    Beta Carotene (μg)
    Vitamin B1: Thiamine (mg)
    0.3
    ND
    Vitamin B2: Riboflavin (mg)
    0.4
    ND
    Vitamin B3: Niacin (mg)
    4
    ND
    Vitamin B5: Pantothenic acid (mg)
    1.8
    ND
    Vitamin B6: Pyridoxine (mg)
    0.3
    ND
    Vitamin B7 or B8: Biotin (μg)
    6
    ND
    Vitamin B9: Folacin (μg)
    80
    ND
    Vitamin B12: Cobalamin (μg)
    0.5
    ND
    Vitamin B12 (Cynocobalamin)
    Vitamin B15 (Pangamic Acid)
    Vitamin B17 (Laetrile)
    Vitamin C: Ascorbic Acid (mg)
    50
    ND
    Vitamin P (g)
    Choline (mg)
    150
    ND
    Calcium (mg)
    260
    1500
    Phosphorus (mg)
    275
    ND
    Magnesium (mg)
    75
    ND
    Iron (mg)
    11
    40
    Zinc (mg)
    3
    5
    Iodine (μg)
    130
    ND
    Potassium (g)
    0.7
    Sodium (g)
    0.37
    ND
    Chloride (g)
    0.57
    ND
    Molybdenum (μg)
    3
    ND
    Fluoride (mg)
    0.5
    0.9
    Copper (μg)
    220
    ND
    Maganese (mg)
    0.6
    ND
    Chromium (μg)
    5.5
    ND
    Cobalt (mg)
    Sulpher (g)
    Selenium (μg)
    20
    60
    Nickel (mg)
    ND
    Arsenic
    ND
    Boron (mg)
    ND
    Silicon
    ND
    Vanadium (mg)
    ND
    Click to Share
    Labels:
    Snehpost logo
    Events
    Foods Beverages
    Health
    Fitness
    Groom
    Fashion
    Info