Anyway, just in case you're still worried about weight issues, here's something i got from the web:
There's no universally accepted cutoff point between what's underweight for a baby and what's merely lean. But the pediatric growth charts I use at each "well-child check" -- routine checkups for young children -- help me decide. Certain situations raise a red flag with me, and prompt me to look for problems affecting a child's rate of weight gain. I look for the following:
Children who fall into these categories need to be followed very closely by their health providers. Most doctors will take a careful diet history, social history, and family history to identify any behavioral or genetic reasons for a child's slow weight gain. Other causes of slow weight gain -- such as neurological problems, gastrointestinal problems, kidney problems, and other metabolic problems -- are less common than behavioral and genetic causes, and can usually be picked up by a physical exam and a select number of laboratory tests.
- A sudden drop of two major percentiles (for example, from the 75th to 25th percentile) in a child who has been gaining weight along a specific curve on the growth chart. (A percentile is a statistical way to compare one child's weight with that of many other children.)
- Weight that is less than the third percentile for age. (Of course, a child who comes from a family that is very small may look way below average on the pediatric growth chart but may be a perfectly normal weight for his family.)
- Slower than average daily weight gain for age (for example, for a 13-month-old the average monthly weight gain is about .25 kilograms, or half a pound).
- Weight that is disproportionately low for a child's height.
My dear daughter's 1 year old and only 7.3kg. She's tripled her birth weight already and meeting milestones so doctors and the lactation consultant say she's doing very well. dont be too worried about baby's weight.
Anyway my dear daughter at 10months latched on demand and ate 2 small meals consisting of some form of carboh like porridge, pancake, macaroni, bread with veg/fruit and meat. In the evening she'd have a meal of fruits and she snacks on an egg yolk every day.