My DS is currently 26 months old. He was exclusively breastfed until 21 months due to refusal of solids/texture sensitivities and aversions. He is now eating solids (mostly mashed) as well as continuing to nurse. I estimate that he gets about half of his calories from breastmilk and half from solids (and the amount of solids continues to increase). While the solid foods that he eats are nutritious, they are very limited in variety. His pediatrician recommended that I give him vitamins. To this point I have never given him any supplements, but I'm wondering whether I should now that he's getting less breastmilk and not a big variety in his other foods. The main staples of his diet are bananas, avocado, yogurt (plain made with whole milk), baby oatmeal, and some pureed prunes. In addition to those foods he occasionally eats VERY SMALL amounts of bread, pumpkin, sweet potatoes, pears, peaches, cheese, and meat. Any opinions? Are there any particular nutrients that would be severely lacking with this diet?