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    Is your GP/Paed concerned?

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    Oh OP, that is so stressful for you. That's a big percentile drop. Are you ok? What is the GP suggesting?
    Whatever happens, just keep remembering it's not anything you have/haven't done. Damn stubborn kids!

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    GP doesn't know much but we see the paed every 3 months for a review on growth etc.

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    Hugs. Is your paed appointment soon? You are doing the best you can and the best for your DD.

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    Next appointment is in a month

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamasupial View Post
    January she was 8.7kgs.

    She was 76cms today (so not tall)
    Has she started walking in that time?

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    Just keep doing what you are doing. There have been some good suggestions to try as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AdornedWithCats View Post
    Has she started walking in that time?
    Started walking a few days after her 8.7kg weigh in.

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    Oh I feel your stress, did I ask you or if anyone asked if you had any sort of testing done?
    Toddles do seem to slow in weight gain and they are more active so it's a possibility that is why.

    I would aim (I know it's hard) for the following
    Getting veggies into her, maybe through meatballs, pasta, sausage rolls, veggie slice.
    Avocados
    Smoothies (you can hide a lot in that)

    Is there certain textures she likes?

    I do hope your Bub snaps out of it quick smart.

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    She had kidney tests done but nothing else. Her dietician/ot said to keep up the formula and the foods she eats and just keep trying with foods she refuses.


 

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