Answer: Hello! Please avoid forcefeeding as much as possible. Force feeding will take your baby more away from food. Hence, please do not force. Keep ooffering . There is nothing to worry, it is common . Just make sure that u keep offering Take care
Answer: If he z taking little thn also its ok. Dont force n feed. Jst try juices smoothie atlst as he z jst 6.5mnths.. He l show interest dfntly after few days Tkr
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