We do brekky, morning tea, lunch, afternoon snack and dinner. Sometimes she has 1 bite and the rest goes on the floor, sometimes she can't get enough.
Try to ignore what MIL says. Every baby is different.
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07-01-2014 20:18 #21
07-01-2014 20:24 #22
She can chew and swallow things great, so it's not a texture thing. She eats a little but just doesn't seem interested and is fussy as. I feel I spend all day preparing her 10 course meals to play with, pretty sure she'd smash a pouch.
If it wasn't for the lack of weight gain I wouldn't be so stressed.
07-01-2014 20:40 #23
I know you are going to the gp soon, and getting the 12 month check up, definitely discuss the eating and how much they are getting. They will let you know how its going hopefully. My paed always told me that as long as my DD was eating something by the time she was 1 then dont worry. I constantly struggle to get her to eat. Finger foods are hit and miss with us too. Not everh child follows the 'normal'. Keep offering amd let bub play with foods. You can also try things like dipping crackers into purees or similar (cruskits broken into sticks, potato stix...) and the puree can be sucked off the food.
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07-01-2014 20:41 #24
Have you seen the pouches you can reuse? I use "My Lil Pouch" for DD3's yoghurt in her lunch box. Wish I had known about them when my kids were babies, they work well for yoghurt and I think they would have been great for purees etc.
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