I know it's common for BF babies to lean out during the second year, but does the WHO chart already account for that? What if baby has fallen a bit on that chart, as well?
My daughter's partial weight history (cant remember 2 month checkup weight):
Birth: 6lbs, 13oz
5 day checkup: 6lbs, 10oz
4 months: 13lbs, 10oz
6months, 1 week: 15lbs
7 months (weighed on Monday during a sick visit on 7 month birthday): 15lbs, 5oz
Other info: I know I have plenty of milk. I can easily express after she's eaten. She's a VERY laid-back nurser. Never frantically hungry. I offer her to nurse far more often than she actually cues. She's at the breast about 10 times a day, including 2-3 times overnight. She will not eat more often - I'm maxing her out as it is. She had a period of time between 3-5 months when she was very fussy when nursing, but that's mostly over. She's been very distracible since 3ish months. I have to nurse her in a quiet dark room 90% of the time. Forget NIP - she won't do it. She had a PTT clipped around 3 months old, but we weren't told to do exercises, so I have no idea if it stayed apart. Her diapers are ok - at least 5 per day wets, usually 1-2 yellow, seedy poops.
My older son is tiny, but he was a 26-week preemie who has had extensive feeding issues. We always assumed his size was due to those things, but now I wonder if I just have petite kids.
I don't care if she's little, as long as she's healthy (which she is, aside from the RSV she has right now), but I don't want her to be undernourished.
Is there anything of concern about her drop in percentiles?