Well, hopefully our daughter has a great love for produce like we do. Today we met with our new pediatrician and discovered that while Nora is now 27" tall (holy cow!), she also is only 11 lbs. 3 oz. And while after her hospital stays she had gotten down to 9 lbs something, it's not good that she's still so little. We've ruled out most any cause (she doesn't throw up, etc), so our doctor recommended giving some solid foods a try once a day. The majority of her food is still supposed to be breastmilk until at least 9 months, so it'll be a baby fist sized amount each afternoon.
I'm trying to remain positive and not worry. She said that she seems like a really happy baby, and that is a huge sign to look for. But if she doesn't put on weight over the next 5 weeks, we'll be running tests. More than likely it's just genetics (tall and skinny runs in both our families), but we want to make sure.
So I've picked up sweet potatoes and butternut squash to steam until it's mashable. We're putting them in these self-feeding contraptions so she can feed herself something that isn't mush. And of course bananas. Then we'll move on to trying avocados, as they are higher fat. Let's hope she's a little foodie (as she seems to be already) and that she puts on at least 1/2 a lb. by the end of May.