How To Deal With Babies Who Don’t Want To Make Homemade Homemade?
I want to ask a baby girl who has struggled to eat since the age of 10 months, at first she was sick with a fever and flu, I thought because she had no appetite. Then when my child recovered, it was still difficult to eat, I made home food, sometimes I wanted it sometimes or not, at most 2 spoons or 1 spoon each, and I never wanted it at all. I have made various things, but it’s still like that. In fact, if I want to enter 11 months, I don’t want to eat home mpasi at all. But for instant mpasi, my son loves it, but a certain brand, a certain taste. So I just gave instant mpasi according to age. What I ask first, is it okay for my child to be instantaneous because his condition is like this? Second, what are the tricks so that children want to eat home-cooked mpasi again? Third, how is the texture of a baby who is about to be 11 months old who has not yet teething, because my child is not teething? Thank you doctor
From the information you have conveyed, the complaint that babies have difficulty eating since 1 month after being sick, is probably a form of adjustment and recognition of the types of food they consume. So that at the age of 10-11 months, your baby starts to like certain flavors and gets to know the texture of the food they consume, so this requires your diligence in providing solid food intake.
What you need to emphasize is, avoid breastfeeding or supportive at the time approaching or at feeding time for your baby. When your baby's stomach is full due to breast milk or sufor, your baby will feel uncomfortable when eating.
In addition, provide food textures that are getting solid, with tim, lemes, or penyet rice. Also combine it with fresh broth, such as soup, broth, fish or chopped vegetable sauce. Provide a good variety of foods, thus introducing a healthy menu for your baby.
If you are still experiencing complaints related to babies having difficulty eating, then you can consult a nutritionist or your pediatrician.
That is the information we can convey, also read MPASI.