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Sudden Fussiness
My 11 month old daughter has suddenly become a fussy eater and cranky. If she refuses to eat her lunch, should I start an additional feed of her milk (EBF) or try feeding solids later again? Is it possible to suddenly require more sleep than before for a baby?
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Children are moody just like us. They need variety in food. Repeating foods can make them cranky. Switch foods, introduce new foods, make existing foods more colourful and attractive so that they experiment and eat. Giving milk as a replacement for food is not a good option. Not only is it filling it has no fiber or iron content, which in turn can be constipating.
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