She has been better with solids lately but really hasn't cut down on milk at all. Sometimes she'll go 2.5 or 3 hours during the day between nursing but not too often. She just loves milk I guess. Once she has some top teeth and can feed herself actual food I think things will improve...she kind of hates being spoon fed but loves feeding herself puffs.
@ciennah99 mine said only exclude cows mills and honey. I am also a little nervous about allergies because my LO also want to eats everything I am having. I just tell myself that both DH and I neither have allergies so hopefully we won't have any.
BFP #1 12/23/13 MMC 01/24/14 @ 9w5days
So baby is going on 10 months on the 12th. He still gags when I attempt to give him thicker purees. He is not interested in any other foods. I consulted the doctor and I was referred to a Speech Therapist to get him evaluated. I'm not even sure why a speech therapist, but we'll see what he/she has to say.
^^ I don't think you would need to supplement so long as he is growing appropriately. I was just at the ped this week and my 9 month old will occasionally only nurse a couple times during the day and he said that's fine. He said some wean earlier than others, which I wasn't ready to hear ha. My LO mainly nurses to fall asleep for naps and bedtime. He also eats 3 meals and snacks and drinks some water. ETA: shorter duration doesn't necessarily mean less volume either. They are just very efficient!
So....my daughter only has 2 teeth and can't figure out how to use them. They're on the bottom. She doesn't pick anything up and put it in her mouth, let alone food. She can manage anything we put in a mesh feeder but hates if you cut something up and try to give it to her otherwise. Daycare is complaining and thinking she is tongue tied but the doctor doesn't seem concerned (he asked about how she was eating last time I took her). Her daddy was tongue tied until he was an adult and survived just fine. Whatever is going on, I need to figure something out so everybody quits calling me about it at work.Sorry for the rant paragraph.