Re: 10 months ,not so many solids
Your doctor may be pro-breastfeeding, but my doc must be more so. My pediatrician would tell you that until a year breastmilk is sufficient to meet all your baby's nutritional needs, and solids are just for fun. Moreover, she would tell you that until your baby is a year old, breastmilk should make up the majority of your baby's diet, and to nurse before offering solids in order to ensure that the baby consumes the maximum amount of milk.
The eating pattern you describe is very normal for a baby or toddler. Most babies/toddlers prefer small snacks to big meals, and many prefer table foods to purees or cereals. Honestly, I think it sounds like your baby is eating quite a large amount of solid food for his age- both my kids ate far less at that point, and both were very large for their age. I also think you should let go of the stress and just follow your baby's lead. Don't "insist" on solids, because he obviously is doing just fine with the amount he is eating (otherwise he wouldn't weigh 25 lbs), and because making solids into a battleground is a great way to end up with a kid who refuses solids or has other difficult eating behaviors. You can't force a baby to eat any more than you can force him to nurse.
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