Re: Failure to Thrive??
no, no, no. The LC is wrong. Your breastmilk has far more nutritive value, including GOOD HEALTHY fats and calories than any solids you could give her. For the first entire year your breastmilk should be the main source of nutrition and solids are just for fun and experience. After the year point it is a gradual transition from breastmilk to solids as the main source of nutrition. I would nurse more and give less solids to encourage more nursing (and avoid potential irritants).
ETA: also wanted to add that my daughter who is almost 4 has been 3-5 %ile her entire life and that has not been a problem. It is within the normal range and she is just a petite girl. The only reason I'd be concerned in your case is because of the steady long term drop. But that still may just be your child's growth curve.
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