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It is not unusual for your baby to soon lose interest in breastfeeding. Though she might still want that closeness with you, she might not be so interested in feeding with you. All that she might do is crawl into your lap occasionally for some comfort.
When you start giving your little one solids, make sure to use all the right equipment, so that she gets food served to her in the right way. You will need a blender for blending and pureeing a lot of food quickly, a fine-wire mesh strainer or sieve to help remove blocks or chunks from the food, a potato masher for mashing vegetables and fruits, a ricer for cutting foods into very small sizes, and a food mixer or grinder if you want to mix  up foods.

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sangiuma Posted: Saturday, February 22, 2014 12:26:22 PM(UTC)
my baby is now 33 weeks old ,should i worry if she is not eating properly, but she is very naughty