Re: Decreased BM and solids intake?
What you describe sounds very normal for a very distracted, year-old baby who is probably teething up a storm. I would simply continue to offer the breast frequently- even short nursing sessions are great for getting calories into a baby, because older babies are usually capable of getting a lot of milk very quickly, so that they can get back to playing ASAP. And take a relaxed attitude to solids, which at this age are still mostly for play. Until around a year breastmilk is capable of meeting all of a baby's nutritional needs, and while solids become an important part of a baby's diet in the second year, it's not like babies go from needing nothing but milk on day 364 of life and a ton of solids on day 365.
There's nothing who with being petite! I know it can be tough to have a small baby, or a slender toddler, but trust me: once you're into childhood there are no prizes handed out if your child is on the upper end of the charts. Just warnings about the epidemic of childhood obesity!
Coolest thing my big girl said recently: "How can you tell the world is moving when you are standing on it?"
Coolest thing my little girl sang recently: "I love dat one-two pupples!"