Hey Yonny and Catrinna
Thanks for the advice, I'll have to try the finger food shapes thing as well as giving her a spoon whilst feeding her myself.
She's pretty much been like this since she was born. Breastfeeding her was a BiG hassle as she never really seemed to want to drink, and what she did manage to get down would just be thrown up again due to the reflux. After five months of that she went onto the bottle, which she also did not like and took forever to get used to (even now, doesn't like it!)
With solids she was very picky with what she would and would not eat. eg. what she would eat one day, she wouldn't eat the next. But playing with her and distracting her seemed to work for a while. The only way we can really get her to eat anything wholesome now, is using bribery by promising to give her treats afterwards. She is more than happy to munch on biscuits and chips all day, but won't want to eat much else. We just worry that she is not eating enough nutritious food.
I'll keep you posted on how it all goes.
Jubs_n_Tia, 24, NSW, boy 06/11/99 + girl 15/05/02