Re: 12 month DD mainly ebf and doesn't eat a lot of solids
I wouldn't sweat it. You're petite, so the likelihood is that your child will also be petite. Being small doesn't mean being unhealthy, and statistically speaking there are just as many healthy kids in the fifth percentile as the ninety-fifth.
According to my pediatrician, a child can thrive on breastmilk alone until sometime around the first birthday, after which solids become an important part of her diet. But the transition from needing only breastmilk to a majority solid food diet is a slow one, with many children remaining mostly breastfed well into their second year of life.
If you are concerned, one thing you might want to do is to concentrate on giving your baby some higher-calorie solids (things like avocado, meats, beans, whole milk yogurt) instead of law-cal ones like fruits and veggies, and getting your baby's iron levels checked if they haven't been checked already, because anemia can affect weight gain. But I'm with the PPS: a feeding clinic sounds ridiculous!
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