Hi ladies! I'm at wit's end here. I think I've cried about twice in less than an hour! My LO is 12 mo and a half, and she's a picky eater, who'd rather latch on than anything in the world, but surely I've been introducing solids since she was about six to seven months and we've been okay. Now, I'm pregnant and my supply has dipped considerably, so I have to keep a strict menu to feed her properly, the problem lies in that as of late, she's been refusing to eat her food, which is made the same way we eat ours! What's worse is that whenever I sit down to eat, she will fuss a great deal and cry at the top of her little lungs until I give her whatever I'm eating. This wouldn't be a problem if she actually ate while I tried to fed her. I've even tried to sit down with her and spoon-fed her, to give her attention while she feeds, but she refuses. She wants to feed herself of my own food, and I'm left with none unless I eat away from her while DH watches her. Another thing is that she's become extremely attached to me, as in she wants to always be sitting on my lap, she follows me to the bathroom and has a fit if I go outside to throw out the trash! When she was a younger baby I could dedicate myself completely to her, but now I'm back in college and I've actually fallen back on schoolwork because of this. I know our nursing relationship has suffered, but I still let her comfort nurse on demand, I take breaks to play w/ her and give her any kind of attention, and she still wants more! DH tries to console her but it's sometimes in vain. I thought of teething pains, but I've given her orajel and tylenol and she still fusses. I know I'm rambling on but, she cries and pushes, I fear she might strain a little limb or get a hernia, which would be horrible! And that happens whenever she doesn't get what she wants, which is often since she likes to dumpster dive or grab stuff she's not supposed to like pennies. This is all very stressfull and I don't need stress since it could harm the other baby I know 12 months is such a tender age to wean and she might be very confused and angry, but I can't do anything about it!