Re: Low/slow and plateaued growth
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Breastfeeding less often, or even total weaning, is often recommended to moms in your situation, and I just don't understand why! First, breastmilk has plenty of calories, and second, it is something your child will eat. When there is a problem with growth, why would you want to remove one sure source of nutrition? Taking away breastmilk doesn't automatically cause a child to be a "good" eater or cause her to like foods that she didn't before.
So I personally wouldn't stop nursing. I would just concentrate on feeding your LO lots and lots of high-calorie solids. Avocado. Beans. Meats. Whole-milk cheese and yogurt. Put some olive oil or butter in her low-calorie solids (fruits, veggies), and don't be afraid to offer her ice cream! A daily multivitamin is a good idea- it can't hurt and may help.
Have you seen an endocrinologist? When a baby/toddler has slow growth, I think that should be your first or second stop after the pediatrician.
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