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Old 01-10-2007, 11:04 AM   #1
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So my 18 month old still refuses to eat?

My daughter Evelyn hardly eats any solids. She only likes things without much substance: raisins (which she doesn't even digest!) fruit snacks, fruit puffs, French fries, and little others things here and there. She even often turns her nose up at chicken tenders! She refuses to be spoon fed, refuses fruits and vegetables.

I'm a a loss with what to do? All she wants to do is drink bottles of formula. She doesn't even like juice! But that's a whole nother topic, as she refuses to use a sippy cup. What gives?


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Old 01-10-2007, 12:58 PM   #2
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Re: So my 18 month old still refuses to eat?

You must have my son,lol ds is 20months (born at 34weeks) and there are days where Ic ant get him to eat anything, so he will drink his milk all day and thats it. I dont worry about him, the dr said kids will eat when they are hungry enough just keep offering all day if you have to. But I also have a big boy (27lbs and 34 1/2 inches) but if your dc is growing good I wouldn't worry to much
Why is dc still on formula? What about milk/rice milk/soymilk,etc?

Oh yeah ds is still on the bottle (we try to narrow it to when he 1st gets up, nap and bed)...drs not worried about that either, as hes NEVER been put down with his bottle) PM me if you would like to talk

and Im NOT looking for any flames with ds being on at bottle.
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