10 months old baby

Question: My son is not eating anything except breast milk...he s forcefully made to eat....very sad...

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Answer: Try one of these Rice water, dal water, fruit juices, boiled potato, boiled sweet potato, veg juice, spinach soup, soji kheer, sagoo kheer, babana, yellow portion of egg, dal rice, mong dal khichadi, buffalo milk without water, payasam / kheer, idli, upma n ragi malt
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