Re: 9 months, will not eat solids
Can you give us a weight history? Then we could see whether or not the pediatrician has a reason for being concerned.
It's entirely normal for a baby who is <1 year to show little or no interest in solids. Until the first birthday, they're just for fun with new tastes, textures, and motor skills. Breastmilk alone can meet all your baby's nutritional needs until around the first birthday. So it's totally normal for him to not be eating solids at this point. Neither of my kids did.
How many times per day does baby nurse?
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