Re: Decrease amount of solids in 11 mth after virus. Normal?
Going on a solids strike when sick is really normal. How long it takes for the baby to go back to her usual amount of solids is variable, so there's no good answer to the "when" question. And even if your baby wasn't ill, there's no telling what her eating pattern is going to be in the next few months. It's very common for babies to back off on solids, or on breastmilk, during certain intervals, and then pick back up during other intervals. So I think you'd be wise to be mentally prepared to be flexible over the next few weeks, and accept that you may want to have your baby eating 3 solids meals per day so you can pump wean in February, but your baby may not be on board with that plan. That's not saying that you can't pump wean at a year- most moms do! Just don't stress about the solids situation now, and don't try to push the solids too hard right now.
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