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    Quote Originally Posted by Clyon View Post
    I've had a look at that and he's been up on the 97th percent for weight but last 2 months he's dropped of heaps, he must be coming to the stage were he's slowed down, he's on the 75th percent now so I have no idea why she said he needs to gain weight
    Unfortunately alot of CHN are not overly supportive and can give misinformation or be over the top and worry parents for no reason.

    My DS was around the 75th in the early days but has been around 50th since about one and stayed there.

    I'd just keep an eye on it and if it keeps dropping then talk to your dr about possible reasons but otherwise if it plateaus then don't stress.

    Food before one is just for fun, milk still is their primary source of nutrition so if he doesn't want food don't stress.

    Teething sucks because it completely messes with them. DS has never been a big milk drinker but a good eater since he weaned at 22mths but when he's cutting teeth he stops eating and just wants milk.

    Hang in there and trust your instincts.

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    Yeah it must be so painful for them! DS doesn't take a dummy or a bottle so the teething toys are quite good but I find they go warm really fast, I'll definitely keep an I on it.. I'll start offering foods a little bit more.

    Do you give food and then milk or milk and then food??

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    I personally give milk then an about an hour later I offer breakfast.

    Dinner DD has at about 5 then bath and roughly 180-210mls milk at 6 then bed

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    Quote Originally Posted by AMC14 View Post
    I personally give milk then an about an hour later I offer breakfast.

    Dinner DD has at about 5 then bath and roughly 180-210mls milk at 6 then bed
    Okay yeah cause this my first Bub so I'm too sure on what to give first sometimes I give milk other times I'll give food first, DS has the same bed routine as your DD

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clyon View Post
    Okay yeah cause this my first Bub so I'm too sure on what to give first sometimes I give milk other times I'll give food first, DS has the same bed routine as your DD
    I think because milk is their main source of nutrition it should be offered first. I could be wrong but its what I did with DS however that was 15 years ago 😊

    Feel free to pm if you ever want chat

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    Quote Originally Posted by AMC14 View Post
    I think because milk is their main source of nutrition it should be offered first. I could be wrong but its what I did with DS however that was 15 years ago 😊

    Feel free to pm if you ever want chat
    Yes I totally agree! Awesome thank you!

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