I'll join in with SleepDeprived....
Certainly most children go on to eat solids well. My son also had oral aversions due to his reflux- he loved his milk and anything crunchy/dry (crackers, bread, crackers, crackers....see a trend here?
) He also does not chew well/appropriately- he has the motor abilities to chew, but chooses not to, and also initiates his swallow at an abnormal time. He has been seeing an OT at a dysphagia clinic for a few months now and has improved dramatically, especially with his food acceptance. We are still working on the chewing, although that is also getting better.
I had a great deal of trouble getting my peds to pay attention to me, as because of his wonderful milk intake, he has always been about 25% and metting all his milestones. And who knows? Maybe he would have been OK in the long run without the OT. But I didn't want to take a chance, and knew that things would just be more difficult the longer it went on, if it did NOT get better. But it's been worth it to me- he is not forced or coerced into eating, some days he eats a lot (at least for him) and other days he eats 3 bites all day. But these are bites of foods with different textures, and he does not scream hysterically when he touches things anymore either, as he used to.
So mention it to your ped...see what they have to say...and trust your mommy gut...mine kept telling me something was not quite right, even when no one else seemed concerned.