Re: 11 month old very thin & not interested in solids
My pediatrician would tell you the exact opposite. She would say "Until the first birthday, breastmilk meets all your baby's needs. Solids are just for experimenting with new tastes, textures, and motor skills. After the first birthday, the transition from needing only breastmilk to a majority-solids diet is a gradual one, and many children do not eat much solid food until well into their second year. You cannot force a child to eat solids, so don't try. Just put a variety of healthful solids in front of her and eventually she will them into her mouth." If you're concerned about your baby's weight, try nursing her more, not less, since breastmilk has more calories than most solids. (See abstract.)
Originally Posted by @llli*mizbluesmommy
If you and your husband are tall, slender people, it's not surprising that your daughter is a tall, slender child! So long as she continues to grow in her height and head circumference, and keeps meeting her milestones, you can be sure that she is getting enough calories.
Don't let your pediatrician get under your skin!
Coolest thing my big girl said recently: "How can you tell the world is moving when you are standing on it?"
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