Definition of baby weight in English:

baby weight

noun

mass nouninformal
  • The extra weight gained by a woman during the course of pregnancy, in particular that remaining after the birth.

    ‘she thinks stars who lose their baby weight too quickly are setting an impossible standard for normal mothers’
    • ‘We don't need to be told that it would be a great idea to lose that baby weight before getting pregnant again.’
    • ‘I guess people did say the baby weight would drop off once he started crawling.’
    • ‘She's a great role model, sticking to sensible eating plans and exercise to lose her baby weight.’
    • ‘I am completely surprised that I have lost all my baby weight.’
    • ‘She is still carrying her baby weight.’
    • ‘For many women, the struggle to lose baby weight is so tough that the thought of getting pregnant again depresses them.’
    • ‘It is normal for baby weight gain to slow around 4 months.’
    • ‘I sat all summer waiting for the baby weight to disappear, with everybody telling me that it would.’
    • ‘Best time to lose the baby weight: within six months of giving birth.’
    • ‘I still have about a stone of baby weight left to lose, I know it, and I see it when I look in the mirror.’