Karan Singh - the son of Shweatlana Singh, Asia's tallest woman - who is believed to be the tallest two-year-old in the world.
Measuring in at a lofty 135cm (4ft 5in), Karan, from Meerut in India, is twice the size of friends his age.
The tall toddler also weighs 44kg (7st), but his mother - 218cm (7ft 2in) Shweatlana - believes that this is just the start of his growth.
She hopes that her son will outgrow her one day, and he seems to be on track to do so, measuring in at a similar height to his 10-year-old neighbours.
Shweatlana said: 'He was born big and is already half as tall as me, so I believe he will outgrow me soon.
His proud father Sanjay - who, at 6ft 7in, is dwarfed by his wife - added: 'I had to throw away the baby clothes I'd bought for him and go to the market again.
'The people in the hospital told me to buy clothes designed for one-year-old kids.'
Shweatlana admits that the family's food budget is almost three times that of their neighbours.
She said: 'When Karan wakes up in the morning the first thing he does is ask for food and tea. Whenever he sees anybody eating, he asks for food.
'He'd never stop eating if I didn't force him to.'
Sanjay added: 'In the afternoon when he asks for food, he will consume two plates of rice, two buckets of vegetables and three chappatis with curd.'
Shweatlana plans to compete in the Commonwealth Games in Delhi, next month, as part of the Indian ladies basketball team.