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    Soundsnlike your really struggling. I would be starting solids like you would have at 4-6 months is you werent doing BLW. eg. Starting with single foods, pureed for a few months, then starting mashes with chunks then finger food. Some kids just dont do well with BLW...maybe your bub is one of them. Start of as if he was 4-6 months as hes hasnt learned to eat yet.

    Failing that i would be getting a 2nd opinion.

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    Just saw this thread.
    Hun you are doing great.
    It's so hard to have a bub that won't eat. My ds2 is 2.5 now and still eats what your bub does. It's not much and it worries me all the time.
    Please get into a pead. My boys issues started when we moved to solids. He was fine and gaining until then. Trust yourself. You are the best mummy for worrying about your bub.

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    Thanks ladies im taking him to see the gp to get a referral.

    In the meantime im going right back to basics & pretty much starting again with smooth purees & see if i can encourage him to eat from there

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    I hope things will get better, you are obviously so so patient &persistent, youre doing a great job with your l.o. I remember asking you this ages ago, but something just reminded me of my reflux baby, she had a terrible time with solids until her reflux was under control. I know it might be a long shot,but the screaming during day sleeps &fussiness with not wanting to eat (because it can cause reflux)could be something to look into. Google RISA (reflux infant support association) & see if any of the reflux symptoms listed there ring a bell for you. All the best

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