Our daughter is underweight and our doctors are hoping we can find ways to add calories to her diet. She is 16 months and has been on the bottle via breast pumped milk from day 3 on. We are trying to transition to a soy free version of pediasure. The problem is she doesn’t like the formula. We were also told we could do carnation instant breakfast. A cup of this a day with whole milk would add nearly 300 calories. She drinks about 1/2 cup throughout the day so getting better but still likely not as much as the pediatrician would want. Transition advice I theory cutting out pumped breast milk for all future feeds and offering carnation instant breakfast or another drink is natural... all babies have to transition to something eventually right? A bit hard to cut breast milk cold turkey since our daughter is low weight and if she refused the transition to carnation instant breakfast for 2/4 or 2/5 bottles would be ok but not likely going to happen. We have heard to try to offer it has first feed of the day as she will be hungry since she slept all night etc... or we were told to offer her two carnation instant breakfast a day and two bottles. — not believed to easily work as maybe the baby will hold out for the two breast milk bottles. What is your technique for transitioning.