Re: 9 months old - have questions!
I don't think you should be at all concerned about your child's diet. According to my pediatrician, until the first birthday solids are for experimenting with new tastes, textures, and motor skills only. They are not necessary for nutrition, because breastmilk provides all your child needs. After 1 year, don't be surprised if your baby still eats mostly breastmilk: the transition from needing only mama's milk to a majority-solids diet is a gradual one. I don't think my kid was eating more than a spoonful or two of solid food until she was 14-15 months old, and I never saw any negative effects- she's a good eater, not unusually picky, always in the higher percentiles for height and weight, could recognize the entire alphabet by age 2, etc.
Since your daughter doesn't like the spoon, there are a few things you can do if you want her to take more solids:
1. Give her a spoon for each hand so she has something to play with while you feed her.
2. Load a spoon up with food and hand it to her- she may decide to put it in her mouth!
3. Skip the spoons and allow your baby to feed herself (Baby-led solids). Just put a variety of healthy foods on her tray and allow her to experiment. Eventually she will put something in her mouth!
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