If you worry alot about ‘getting’ the baby to eat, relax. It is honestly not really possible to force the issue. You can control the quality, but only the child will determine the quantity consumed.
It is true that child’s appetites can decrease dramatically at around one year of age due to growth slowing down. Bear in mind and respect the fact that there will be foods your child absolutely hates, I’m sure you can remember dishes and foods from childhood you dislike as strongly, ( otherwise you will find yourself in the position of the man teaching the pig to sing; to wit, a waste of time and an annoyance to the pig ) and act accordingly.
Keep in mind your job is to provide preferred, yet nutritious foods, and your child’s job is simply to eat until satisfied.
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