Hi, everyone! I'm not really looking for advice here, mostly encouragement and maybe some moms with the same story. My daughter is 9 months and has been very active (crawling, cruising, standing) since about 6 months. She's great on her developmental milestones, hitting some early and all on time. She's also tall for her age. She's in about the 75th percentile there. My concern is her weight. The Dr is concerned that she's dropped from the 25th to the 6th percentile. At the 6 month visit, they were slightly concerned because she had dropped a couple percentiles, but they told me to start solids 3x per day (I was feeding her only table food and not much) and I did. Now she's dropping more. She's still gaining but gaining slowly. They want me to start formula but I've used several milk-increasing methods and I'm producing much more than before to the point of uncomfortableness and fullness. I'm letting her nurse more often and she's eating fewer solids (my argument is, breastmilk is way fattier than veggies and fruits). The solids she's eating now are meat, yogurt, whole milk, and other fatty things. I'm trying to get her to gain so the Dr. stops giving me trouble. Has this happened to anyone else? What did you do? Was there any real problems with your child or was it just their activeness? Also, my husband and I were both pretty chubby as babies, so it's not necessarily hereditary.