baby fat


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baby fat

Deposits of fat that are present in babies and young children, but which usually disappear as they grow older. He still had baby fat in his cheeks as he entered adolescence, which made him appear much younger than he really was. It gives her aunties and uncles no end of delight to pinch her bits of baby fat around her cheeks and arms.
See also: baby, fat
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Whether it's to get a better figure or to just help shed some unwanted baby fat, it's something we all thought about, and maybe even tried for a few months.
This continued for a few years till my baby fat melted away and I did feel relieved.
He's a "galaxy-defending archaeologist, cowboy and raptor trainer" who enjoys showing off his "chiseled features that used to be hidden under baby fat."
"I'll just ask Johann to watch over Baby Fat and then we're on ndash but he's so good with her that I won't even need to leave him any instructions.
He said it was for removing baby fat, which were genetically consistent to his family.
One critic said: 'Faryal looks amazing and hats off to her, but so many young girls look up to her who won't lose there [sic] baby fat as fast as she did, I hope they do it sensibly.'
I have heard my aunt's advice, my cousins, that all that baby fat will disappear after breastfeeding.
Myth 2-Chubby children have baby fat, will outgrow it
And, for mums looking to lose the baby fat, fitness expert Dr Joanna Helcke will be there to show you how to do it.
The truth was I just hadn't lost the baby fat from the birth of his baby brother (although "the baby" was aged three, so the baby fat excuse was wearing a bit thin).
He also said that Ariana Grande and Selena Gomez have "baby fat" and are "kids".
In another confession, she said she was happy their 15-month-old son Alfred looked more like her than David: "Some people say that his round face looks like David's, but I prefer to think that's only baby fat...
"nya has a lot of baby fat which she will eventually come out of.
In June 2013, the American Medical Association took the bold step of labeling obesity a "multimetabolic and hormonal disease state." This was the next logical step in an evolution that began with parents being told that their children would outgrow their baby fat if they adjusted their diets.
However, the appearance of flat feet is normal and common in infants under the age of two years due to the thick layer of baby fat present in the foot arch of infants.