A New York Woman Just Gave Birth To A 15-Pound Baby Girl


A New York Woman Just Gave Birth To A 15-Pound Baby Girl
by Elizabeth Bacharach, Women’s Health

On March 12, 2019, Joy Buckley from Upstate New York gave birth to her second child, a record-breaking 15-pound baby girl named Harper.

Weighing 15 pounds and measuring 23-inches, Harper is the largest baby Arnot Ogden Medical Center in Elmira, New York has ever seen. And, get this, she might even be the biggest baby born in New York history, although the Buckleys are still waiting on confirmation…more

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