Camille Ho Posted October 25, 2012 Share Posted October 25, 2012 Sooo...when implementing this Whole30, Hubs and I knew that it was going to be for our whole family. We have a 16-month old who is still breastfeeding, but is fairly regular about his meals. At least he was before we started. Now we're lucky if we get him to take a bite of something before shaking his head and throwing it on the floor. Hubs is seriously considering supplementing him with cheese or crackers, while I'm trying to tell him that he'll eat when he gets hungry enough and won't voluntarily starve himself. Right?! I know that we're the parents and that we need to make these good choices for him, since he is incapable of that right now, but it's kind of disconcerting when your kid doesn't really eat all day. He's definitely upped his breastmilk intake during the day, which I know is directly related to not eating solid food, but I don't want to go back to the nursing habits of an infant. I was working on night-weaning him, and, well...let's just say all the hard work that's gone into that has been pretty much decimated. Anyway. I don't know if I'm looking for advice or just encouragement, but either would be helpful right now. Thanks! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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