Breastfeeding and Protein

My two-and-a-half-year-old daughter and I have just stopped nursing at night but still breastfeed four to five times a day. Since starting solids, she’s shown a strong preference for protein in the form of meat, fish, and legumes, but she has never shown an interest in any dairy products. The only drink she wants, other than breastmilk, is water. She has recently begun to lose interest in nearly all vegetables as well. So I’m wondering if she’s getting enough essential nutrients, particularly calcium, now that we are cutting back on breastmilk. Should I try to introduce another beverage, such as enriched rice, soy, or almond milk?

My two-and-a-half-year-old daughter and I have just stopped nursing at night but still breastfeed four to five times a day. Since starting solids, she’s shown a strong preference for protein in the form of meat, fish, and legumes, but she has never shown an interest in any dairy products. The only drink she wants, other than breastmilk, is water. She has recently begun to lose interest in nearly all vegetables as well. So I’m wondering if she’s getting enough essential nutrients, particularly calcium, now that we are cutting back on breastmilk. Should I try to introduce another beverage, such as enriched rice, soy, or almond milk?