Re: How much solids at ten months?
According to my pediatrician, until baby is a year old breastmilk or formula meet all a baby's nutritional needs, and solids are just for fun with new tastes, textures, and motor skills. You want breastmilk to make up the majority of your baby's diet until she's about a year old because breastmilk is a balanced source of everything your baby needs for optimal growth- unlike solids, which are great but not as balanced.
As long as your baby is nursing at least 4-5 times a day- and she's nursing more than that- her needs for breastmilk are probably being met. Since she's nursing enough, I say go right ahead and add in breakfast if you want. But don't feel like you have to be offering it. And remember: until a ear, nurse first and offer solids second.
Your baby's nursing will taper down, but how fast that happens is very individual. Some babies nurse like newborns until well into their second year, and some rapidly transition to a majority-solids diet and cut down on nursing sessions.
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