I started feeding purees at 6 months, and shortly thereafter introduced puffs & cheerios to build the pincer grasp. I've been trying to get away from the purees and instead offer finger foods since she is 10 months now and is perfectly capable of feeding herself. She is not interested in eating most things I put on her high chair tray. She was always a good eater with purees, and liked almost everything I fed her. For example, she enjoyed pureed peas, but when I put peas on her tray she refuses to eat them. She'll pick one up, squish it and then drop it. I leave the peas there hoping she'll eat some and she doesn't and so after 15-20 minutes I test her and put down some cheerios and sure enough, she eats them with no hesitation. So she is hungry, she just doesn't want to eat much else besides cheerios. The same thing has happened with carrots, chicken, turkey, pasta, and many fruits (she's eaten all of these in puree form and seemed to enjoy them). At first I chalked it up to teething, but it hasn't gotten better. For breakfast she will eat toast or waffle, but that's pretty much the extent of what she'll feed herself. I'm starting to get worried just because lately most of her calories are coming from breast milk instead of solid food and I know that pretty soon that has to change but I don't want to rely on spoon feeding purees anymore. Based on everything I've read on here, most babies are eating anything and everything that mommy and daddy are eating. Any other mothers experiencing similar eating behaviors or have any tips/suggestions besides to just keep trying?