Monday, 2 April 2012


Below is an estimation guide that is based on the genetic factor. Here is how you can estimate your child's adult height.

Based on the genetic factor, you can estimate your child's adult height by adding Mom's and Dad's heights (in inches), dividing that number by two, and adding 2.5 inches for boys or subtracting 2.5 inches for girls.

Another rule of thumb is that a person's height when full grown is double his height at the age of 3.

Have a fun Monday!

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