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    Default Do you have a question about fussy eaters or introducing solids?

    Hi everyone!

    I've been asked to gather some feeding questions to be put to experts on a TV show pilot episode - particulary on transition to solids, and fussy eaters.

    I know I have a million questions I could ask but I thought I'd open it up to you as well. (So they are all not about sultana-only diets).

    If you could ask an expert for help on an issue to do with solids or fussy eaters what would you ask?


    Thanks in advance!

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    my dd is 7 months (and 1 week) has been having solids since 4 months old but has lately (since about 6 months) been refusing solids, even the ones she absolutly loves. what do you suggest we do to get her t take solids again. we try during the day and night several times to get her to take it but she wont. we have tried different purees and even tried baby led weaning but no sucess.

    thanks

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    Hi everyone!

    HOpe you all had a great weekend!

    Does anyone have a question about fussy eaters?

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    Default Do you have a question about fussy eaters or introducing solids?

    My twins are 3.5 but have lately been refusing to eat dinner, no matter what we serve.
    We try encouraging them to even just eat little bit but to no avail and they get sent to bed hungry which then causes them to wake super early and starving.

    We've tried limiting what they are eating throughout the day but don't know what else we can do.

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    I have a question re fussy eaters. DS is 21 mo and from around 12 months has gradually gotten fussier and fussier, so he has a few main foods/ meals he is happy to eat, but is reluctant to try anything new, which makes dinner time hard. ATM if DS doesn't eat his tea he still gets offered yoghurt for desert, which he'll wolf down.

    So my question would be if your fussy eater refuses to eat dinner, do you offer something else (something plain like yoghurt or vegemite on toast) to make sure they've had something or do they go to bed without anything?

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