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    Our 1 year old wont eat!!
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    An_260560 posted:
    My name is Ashley my wife and I have a 1 and half year old and she will not eat solid food , or puree. My wife still breast feeds and my daughter eats none stop when ever she wants . I think the reason for the refusal to eat is because she is not hungry and because of the breast milk, needs to be weened a bit off . She is a high needs baby and chokes when we have tried puffs ... extra . She has 8 teeth and refuses to chew if she doe take a bit . Anyone have an answer for us please help.

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