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    Ds has been eating solids since 5.5 months. We started great. Since starting childcare at 7.5 months he will rarely eat anything savoury. I try hiding a bit of apple or pear but he knows what I am up to. I mostly give him what we are eating casseroles, soups etc but he prefers his greek yoghurt and fruit. Any suggestions on how I can get him back on a more balanced diet or is it something I dont need to stress about at this stage. He does have humus or avocado on his toast and he eats that. He is 9 months now

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    Ohh I have nothing to add but hoping to see what others say.

    DD1 was the same, it drove me insane! She only liked sweet things until about 18 months. It was so hard.
    So with DD2 I'm too scared to introduce anything to sweet, so the poor thing lives on toast, oats, meat with veg and bananas. She's 9mo too.

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    What are they feeding him at daycare?
    I wouldn't stress as such but would only offer fruit/ yogurt once a day - maybe morning tea?
    At 9 months I would be offering a variety of all food before they start becoming fussy - this is the time when his appetite will naturally start to increase so just keep offering him your dinners and healthy finger foods like steamed broccoli or carrot or sweet potato wedges, rice cakes with avo or almond butter, cut up cherry tomatoes, cucumber , cooked smashed peas are great for practicing their pincher grips or bits of feta or cheddar cheese

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    They offer savoury like pasta, rice with meat and veg but they tell me he only eats tiny bits. He will gobble up his yogurt or raisin toast. I am going to cook some coucous with veg and chicken tonight. He just always screws his nose up at me. I will keep persisting

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