O.K. My sister and I had boys at the same time. Mine came first. We use the same pediatrician. He says the my boy is too small but when he says this, he's comparing him to my nephew (who is only 13 days younger). The only reason that irritates me is that my sister is about 6 inches taller than me so I don't think that he should be comparing our kids and telling me mine is too small. My son is coming up on 8 months and weighs 14 pounds and is about 28 inches long while my sister's son is about 17 pounds and 32 inches long. That being said, I have begun to introduce more foods into his diet but I can only get him to take about 3-4 bites each time before he starts spitting it back out and pinching his mouth closed. Is there something I can do to coax him into eating more? I am still breastfeeding him so he always gets enough (I think) but, as I said, the doctor says he's too small. What can I do to help him eat?
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