Zack used to be like that he would bf a lot and I was sooo worried I spoke to my hv and she said just stop bf him and hel start eating solids. I knew we weren't ready to stop bf so I carried on. When he turned 1 it was as if a light had been switched on and now he still bf on demand and eats more than his big brother. I wish I hadn't spent all those months worrying wether I was causing him more harm than good,I thought he'd end up feeling negative About food but he doesn't he's a happy healthy little boy who now loves food.
If your happy the way things are and your not worried about weight gain you could just offer him the food and let him take the lead
My last bf'er didnt really start eating much of any solids until around 13 months. Which really is fine when you think up until 12 months they just need the solids for practice not substance. Breastmilk should still be the biggest part of their diet. my youngest is 7.5 months and doesnt like solids yet either. I bet she gets 5-10 calories from solids and the rest is breastmilk. She still nurses about 11-12 times in 24 hours. But she's nice and plump and getting more than enough
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