Coping Strategies for Babies “Don’t Eat”
My baby does n’t eat milk or complementary foods, so “food”, the nutrition is unbalanced, and he is getting thinner. What can I do?
Moms are anxious like ants on a hot pot.
Why doesn’t my baby eat?
It is imminent to overcome the “don’t eat” problem.
Do not eat complementary foods. Most babies at this age have started to add complementary foods.
However, because the taste and shape of complementary foods are completely different from mother’s breast milk, some babies have “protested” and there has been a “refuse food” group.
The weird mud is not the same as the liquid of breast milk and formula milk. It doesn’t seem to suck so well.
Babies haven’t mastered the way to eat good foods, so they will naturally choose to refuse foods.
Coping strategies: Accepting complementary foods requires a process, and parents need to be patient and confident.
The baby should be fed with good health and a pleasant mood. The mother should have a smile, a gentle attitude, and a friendly language to create a warm dining environment.
Feeding when your baby is hungry makes it easier for your baby to accept.
The supplementary food needs to be added step by step. It is a process from little to much. Therefore, while feeding the baby with complementary food, mothers should never blindly pursue nutritional absorption and enrich the variety of complementary foods. The baby should be fully accepted by one food before addinganother kind.
When feeding complementary foods, don’t go too fast or too much. Feed a spoonful at a time, and put a small amount of liquid food in the spoon.