I'm sure you are right. We now have strong opinions (read - crying and flipping about) during nappy changes and getting dressed that coincided with "opinions" about what he wants to eat, when and how much. I think they are becoming more aware of their bodies and capabilities. I wonder if our little boy wasn't overeating before, but now he better understands what full/not hungry feel like and how eating solids changes that.
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