Q&A: When Do Growth Spurts Happen?

When should I expect my baby to have a growth spurt?
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ByNancy Mohrbacher, IBCLC, FILCA
Lactation Specialist
Updated
Mar 2017
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Generally, infant growth spurts tend to occur around 10 days, three weeks, six weeks, three months, four months, six months, and nine months of life. This can vary widely though. Your baby’s timing might be different.

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