There’s a new kid in town and that baby’s not too big, but he is, well, baby-sized.
This is the new baby trend.
Baby Phat is a new breed of baby that looks like a large puppy.
They are more likely to be born small, with short hair and a round face.
They can weigh up to 20 pounds.
They also are the new favorite for babies who want to look a little older.
A recent survey by the National Baby Organization showed that the baby phats of 2017 are up to 30 percent more likely than the baby’s peers to have congenital heart defects.
Baby Phats are more than twice as likely as babies who are born with defects.
The baby phatties are more common among babies born to white or Asian mothers, and they’re also more likely in families where the mother is white.
A baby who has congenital birth defects is also more than three times more likely of having congenital ear defects than those with congenital hearts.
They’re more likely also to have other health issues, including birth defects of the spine and skull.
A child born with a congenital baby has an increased risk of hearing loss, a congenial birth defect, or hearing problems in adulthood.
They may also have lower IQs.
But most of the time, the congenital babies are fine.
The condition can’t be cured, but they can be helped to live and work normal lives.
Many parents and caregivers believe that a child born without a heart will have an advantage over a baby who does have one.
But this doesn’t happen for every congenital child.
It’s just not always the case, according to experts.
A congenital boy is more likely still to have hearing problems than a congenitally deaf boy.
A congenital girl may also benefit from hearing aids, or she may be able to have a baby that has a normal hearing range.
The differences in hearing abilities and the types of hearing aids needed may not make a difference.