10 months old baby

Question: My baby is not taking any porridges and not eating any food when tries to give any food she is cryinf and screaming what will i do

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Answer: Hi! please do not force the baby to have food I understand as a mother how it feels when you are baby doesn't want to have food but you are forcing is not the solution at times so please do not force the baby to have the food it is usually a face in baby's life wearing their projects food outrightly and will be there for a couple of weeks and after that it will again be normal and usual as before so please hang in there give it some time do not force the baby but keep offering food to the baby so that the baby has the habit and also include the baby in family meals and show then how to eat you can eat in front of your baby to show him how he can also eat and introduce a lot of variety and a little textures to the baby's food make it a little more interesting so that the baby is interested to have the food encourage self feeding that also increases a lot of interest in babies so please try then I am sure this is going to be helpfuln Hope this helps!
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