Re: Should I be weaning my 11 month old??
No, not necessarily. According to my pediatrician, who breastfed one of her kids and formula-fed the other and has no prejudices either way, breastmilk (or formula) is all the baby really needs until the first birthday, and until that point solids are really only just for experimenting with new tastes, textures, and motor skills. They're not nutritionally necessary. After the first birthday, solids make up an increasingly important part of the baby's diet, but the transition from needing only milk to needing a ton of solids is a gradual one. Babies don't go to sleep on day 364 needing only milk and wake up on day 365 needing 3 square meals.
Originally Posted by @llli*braylon31mom
I know my kid did not eat more than a teaspoon or two of solids per day until she was around 14-15 months old, and she never had any ill effects from it. So it sounds to me like your child's solid food intake is more than adequate for his age.
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