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Sorry to hear you're having such bad problems. At this stage milk is still the most important thing so you don't need to worry about introducing solids yet. I would definitely take him to your gp to see if they can diagnose the problem. Good luck
12/01/2014 at 14:05
Hi Shelly Lumb,
Sorry to hear you are having a hard time. I second what Blackcat said, milk is the most important substance and so long as he is taking milk you can start to slowly introduce some solids.
Why no try one to two spoons of baby rice to start with, just once a day. Let your baby play with the spoon, watch you make the food, make it relaxed and as stress free as possible. Or could try letting him self feed, so give him a slice of banana or avocado let him suck, lick and play with it. Whatever you do just take it slowly, small amounts of food to start with! If you do try baby rice make it with your baby's usual milk so that he can recognise the taste.
It might be a good idea to visit the Health Visitor or GP to have a chat with them. Did you say your LO is lactose intolerant? It might be that he has a sensitive gut.
Good luck and let us know how you get on. - Have a look at the weaning village on here it is full of tips, articles and also has a chat forum. x x
20/01/2014 at 20:31
How are you getting on Shelly-Lumb? Has weaning got any easier? Please keep us updated with your progress. x x
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