You say you are cutting things up. She may still need mashed things. Mash a little banana, sweet potato, potato, or squash and put it in front of her and let her feed herself. You can add a little water if she is on the big side or butter or olive oil if she is on the small side.
Chicken or turkey can be shreaded and mashed up. I take leftover cold steak and cut it very thin and make piles of shaved steak and my grandson loves it. You can get food mills that can mash things like meat.
Cooked brown rice can be mashed some. There are little whole grain pasta that you can get in health food type grocery stores that are easy for babies to swallow. She can have regular oatmeal and other cooked cereals.
If she is breastfeeding and growing you don't have to worry a lot. Some breastfed babies don't eat much even when they are around 12 months. If your baby is formula fed then you need to be concerned and talk to the doctor.
at 2:27 PM on Feb. 7, 2010