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    jaysho35 posted:
    My 11 month old has decided she only wants to drink formula. No solids except for treats such as yogurt bites and puffs. I am wondering if any one has gone through this and if it is something I should worry about.

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    Jenny
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    eoblondie responded:
    Hi Jenny! My daughter went through a short phase of this as well. She is 11 months in a few days. I think her problem was her teeth coming in! Part of it was also wanting to do everything herself! Have you tried "adult food"? That might work. My daughter likes waffles with butter and syrup. I give her the middle parts and break them up to really small pieces! She also likes mashed potatoes!


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