I have a 10 month old (10 months, 1 1/2 weeks) and he is starting to refuse the breast more often. Last Saturday night he woke up vomitting every 5-20 minutes for about three hours. Definitely had a stomach bug. My concern is that since then, his appetite has not returned and yesterday the only way I could get him to eat was to offer him a bottle. He will still nurse, but then refuses after only a couple minutes. I work (off on spring break) so he usually takes 3 oz bottles every 2-3 hours while I'm away. I don't want to stop nursing, but my son is a peanut and I am more concerned that he eats something. Prior to the stomach bug, he was eating three solid meals and nursing 8-12 times when I was home with him all day. Now he is only eating a small amount at breakfast, lunch and dinner, and the last three days he's refused to nurse from after his first nap until bedtime. He'll still nurse in the am and before bed, but not as long (and not as many gulps) as before. I'm so worried he is not getting enough- his wet diapers have decreased too. My concern is that if I stop nursing, he does't take more than the 3 oz bottle and therefore, he is not getting the "recommended" minimum amout of milk (24 oz). He is in the 1st percentile and I have been worried about his eating and low milk intake since he was 6 months old. Doctor says just keep trying, but I am feeling defeated. I want to do what's best for him and I use to think that was continuing to breastfeed, but lately I don't know. Is he weaning? If so, how do I transition him to whole milk (doc said this was ok at 11 months) when he drinks so little as it is? Do I keep perservering with nursing? I wanted to make it to a year at least, but don't know how much longer I can take this constant worrying. Any tips or suggestions? I feel at a loss and need advice from more experienced moms as I feel like I don't know what I am doing.