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i can offer him something he chowed down last week this week and he doesn't want a single bite of it. it's totally hit or miss. i guess i just have to keep offering and see what happens. right now he wants to eat with a fork or spoon, so things have to be something he can stab or something really thick. the last week or so, he seems to only wants to eat grapes, cheeses, strawberries, avocado and yogurt! those are the only things he'll consistently eat...he throws other things in every couple of days like maybe some egg or other vegetable. it's very frustrating. he's not interested in breads or tortillas at all. i'm running out of ideas. at least he's still nursing and getting that nutrition.
maybe i'm expecting him to eat more than he really needs to. two days ago he ate a ton of pasta with red sauce and carrots and some broccoli for lunch, but the last two nights for dinner, he barely touches it.
Last edited by miamor; January 30th, 2013 at 01:02 PM.
DD really did not eat too much quantity for a long time. He sounds pretty normal. Zoe will love something one day and the next time i give it her she says it is disgusting and spits it out. It was even harder when she was younger, especially since, i am sure just like you, i would put so much thought and effort into making meals that went in the trash. I knew she would always eat hummus and yogurt, so atleast i felt like she was eating ok.
planning on honey bbq seitan, pineapple rice and salad for tomorrow night...but I may play lazy and not cook....
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