"I wonder how long i should let this happen without worrying bout it" well, until he's about one .
Seriously though, I think you are doing everything right. He should be getting most of his nutrition from milk at the moment so refusing solids isn't much of a worry.
Keep giving him his milk and offer the solids, if it was me I'd be offering the normal stuff but I'd make sure at least one meal was something he'd really enjoy. If sleep is the problem could you offer him a bedtime snack of something like Oatibix too?
Are you putting something like Dentinox gel on his gums or using Ibruprofen too? He may want to eat more if his gums don't hurt so much.
thanks jjg... he is much more interested in sweet things rather than pasta's etc so i think i am going to try to get back to basics and get the veggies back in favour as well
yes i am giving him cereal for supper at the moment as he is food refusing - actually he has thrown his supper up the last 2 nights - poor wee thing so i am gonna just back off the food until he is back on the full health road
he has seen a doctor and just started antibiotics as well so its all going on for him at the moment so slowly slowly -
do you know can you mix calpol & antibiotic amoxicillian - will check outt
I'm pretty sure you can mix calpol & amoxycillin but best to check - you could phone your doctor (might still be doing evening surgery) or NHS direct or speak to a pharmacist. I've done this over the phone before.