Hi my 10 month old boy is in the 0% for his weight and I am at a loss as of what to do. He breastfeeds maybe 7 times a day and eats 3 to 4 very small meals a day. He was born really small with low birth weight and was in the 5%, he went up to the 13% at his 2 month well, but has been in the 0% since 5 months. I started him on solids at 5 months and began cosleeping hoping he would intake more milk that way, and I thought it was helping but he still is in the 0%. I don't think my supply is low because I've tried offering him a bottle of formula after breastfeeding but he won't take it, and he's had formula before when he was first born because my supply was low and came in late, and he also had it a few other times, so I know he'll take it if he's really hungry but he prefers breastmilk. I try to give him really fattening foods like banana, potato, sweet potato, avocado (not often though because it is very hard to come by good ones where I live), bread with butter, meats, pasta, mostly table foods and things that he can feed himself because it's hard to feed him with a spoon because he gets so easily distracted by it. But I need more ideas on what I should give him, he really likes blueberries and peas, both of which aren't fattening. And he barely eats anything, I try to make his meal times fun but he seems like he gets bored easily and becomes uninterested in his food quickly. My pediatrician told me it's too bad he doesn't like the formula that much and that when he's a year old we will try switching him over to whole milk, but I haven't even decided for sure if I will be weaning him at a year or if I'm going to breastfeed beyond a year. Does the fact that he isn't gaining enough weight imply that my breastmilk isn't fatty enough or doesn't have enough calories? I myself try to eat a healthy diet but I am by no means on a diet. Also I just recently started giving him coconut milk to drink with his meals, the kind from a can that you typically use for cooking, is this ok? I noticed that when babies have issues gaining weight they always suggest giving them something different to drink, i.e. formula, whole milk, etc, so I thought giving him something like the coconut milk which is really high in calories might help, even if it's just a little bit with his meals, but I want to know what other people think about this. He otherwise seems very happy and healthy and has a good amount of dirty diapers a day, usually pooping once a day, and the pediatrician always seems very impressed because he is so active and usually reaches his milestones early. PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE help me! Any advice or opinions would be greatly appreciated!