My 2.5year baby has delayed milestone & have Seizure disorder.Till date he is not taking food/Milk etc by own (crying & sleeping dull) during hungre periods. He is taking more than hours in single sitting foods; mother is giving semi-solid food by force in mouth by spoon.
It is very difficult to feed & manage such a problems.Please advice ........
A two and half year old child with delayed milestones may not be able to feed himself. Another possibility is that he is a fussy eater. So, you will need to be patient and feed him by distracting him with stories and fun play. Also, he could be having feeding difficulties or gastric reflux. Please get this investigated by his doctor. Take care!
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