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    Im not on here often but though since im haviong a stickybeak around i will post a follow up. You were all perfectly correct. This period only lasted about 2 months (felt like forever!!!). Molars, eye teeth, and just fussiness. He is now 15 months and eating majority of things again. He seems to be picky with "somethings" like plain steam vegies grrrr but must take after me there . Thanks again, and if anyone else is reading this with the same problem. There IS light at the end of the tunnel.

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    it's a phase. he's growing up. wll fix it himself.


 

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