Re: 10 month old ONLY NURSES
It sounds like you and your baby are doing just fine! My pediatrician told me that, up to the age of 1 year, solids are only for experimentation with new tastes and textures and new motor skills. Breastmilk provides sufficient nutrition up to the age of one, after which there is a gradual transition from a majority-breastmilk diet to a majority-solids diet.
I was lucky my pediatrician told me this, because my kid didn't eat more than a teaspoon or two of solid food until she was around 14-15 months old.
All you can do is offer your child food- you cannot make him eat. And if he is still gagging on solids, he may not be ready for them yet! Your daycare providers are probably used to babies who have been gobbling down the Gerber since 4-5 months old. Those babies are easy to feed- they'll eat anything! Spoonful of motor oil? They'd probably eat it. But your little guy, on the other hand, is a gourmet: he only wants the best, and that's your milk, straight from the tap.
Don't let other people's ideas about what your child "should" be eating get to you. If your kid is healthy and happy, don't worry and let him go at his own pace.
Coolest thing my big girl said recently: "How can you tell the world is moving when you are standing on it?"
Coolest thing my little girl sang recently: "I love dat one-two pupples!"