My son is now past 9 months old and is measuring on the 91st centile. He has roughly 20-22 ounces of milk in 24 hours (give or take a few) and is on a puree/mashed food diet 3 meals a day at the moment. I went to the HV on Wednesday for his 9 month development checkup and was given some advice about his milk intake seeing as though he is "slightly overweight" according to his height and weight correlation. My HVs are generally really good and all the advice they have given me haven't been completely bad, but I'd just like to take the advice from you experienced ladies too, because I feel that your advice is just as good, and sometimes better than theirs. Is his milk intake ok for his age, or is it too much? Also, I was sure that I should let him decrease his milk intake on his own, but was advised to reduce it myself by giving less. In all honesty, rathen than decreasing, his milk intake has increased, and I'm guessing this could be due to a growth spurt. Should I just carry on giving him as much milk as he would have or should I control it more? Also, could his milk intake affect his weaning...as in, he's getting loads of milk so he's not interested in solids. And eventually, he might go off the milk aswel? Sorry to sound like a dope, but I really rely on you ladies for good advice.