Re: doesn't like solids
Until your baby is around a year old, breastmilk alone meets all his nutritional needs, and solids are just for fun with new tastes, textures, and motor skills. After a the first birthday, solids become an increasingly important aspect of your child's diet, but they may not make up the majority of his diet until well into the second year.
A lot of moms expect that their babies will immediately start eating large amounts of solid foods, and eating them consistently. Nothing could be farther from the case: many babies start very slow with solids, consuming just a few tastes per day. Some days they will eat a lot, other days they will eat almost nothing. Just keep putting healthy choices in front of your child, and allow him to experience them. If he eats some, great. If he tastes some and spits it out, great. If he won't open his mouth and prefers to squish the solids with his hands, still great.
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