I was told (and have read some places) that as the baby gets older, the content of breastmilk reduces in nutrients, minerals, calories, etc... and this is the main reason why babies need to have solid food, after 6 months.
I am BLW-ing (baby led weaning) my son, and he doesn't eat very much to be honest, but he is being breastfed on cue. However, I have been reprimanded for doing so because I have been told that DS is not getting enough from breastmilk, therefore he needs to eat other things and he needs to be spoonfed with carbohydrates, since he is now crawling around and moving a lot.
I would like to know whether the content of breastmilk changes as the baby grows older, i.e. less nutritious, cannot sustain a growing, crawling baby until at least 1 year (with some solids thrown in?)
Would appreciate some feedback.