Hi everyone, anyone who will help. I posted on the forum before, a couple months ago before my daughter was 16 months old. She was not eating ANY solids. She still doesn't. She just plays with the food or throws it on the floor. I offer several food items, several times a day, in different areas of the house (just to be sure the highchair isn't stressing her out). Well, she had her 18-month checkup today and the doctor didn't like her weight (just under 20 lbs), and told me I should completely stop breastfeeding. She says that my daughter is refusing to eat and holding out for nursing, and that the fat content of my milk is not enough for her at this stage. I told her I am not willing to completely stop. She told me that just cutting back will probably not help. I wanted to scream, but did so internally. Can anyone please tell me how often I should be nursing at this stage? By the way, we co-sleep and she nurses at night. The doctor does not know this last bit of info. I am sure it would go over horribly. Can anyone tell me if my milk supply will decrease if i don't offer her milk every time she asks during the day? I fear this not going well. I just cant bear the thought of her screaming and me refusing to breastfeed just so she will possibly get hungry enough to eat regular food. Any help is so appreciated. Oh, I am with her 24/7 as i am a stay-at-home mom. My daughter has not been sick the entire 18 months. Other than her being in the 5 to 15th percentile for weight at this visit, she is fine. She has also been walking a lot more since the last visit, but the doctor said she should weigh around 24 pounds regardless of her being more mobile. She will drink water from a sippy cup or regular cup with my help. Thanks again for any advice!