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Question: My baby is 18months old he was not at all eating food or anything y mam

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Answer: Hello dear sometime babies do drama to eat food. but you have to prepare yourself for everything. some points that we need to keep in mind --- 1 it is a big task have patience. 2 cut down milk baby's milk intake because it can not fulfill all need what body wants. 3 try new food always and try to present food in new way like your baby's favourite cartoon or some funny face or in smilies. 4  at this stage baby needs 4 to 5 meals ( fruits, milk and snacks included). 5 always give well cooked food and fresh food .  6 if your baby is fussy eater then take help of rhymes, music and busy him or her in some activity and make him or her feed. 
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