My daughter is a snacker, she only eats little bits at a time. She can never sit down and eat a meal like I do. Her pedi said that is fine & it is normal for her age (she is 13 months). She still bfs as well.
This is the age for that. My 18 month old son just got back into eating again. From 12 months-17 months he would throw everything I gave him on the floor, maybe eat two bites. It is a phase that they go through at this time & the best thing you can do is not force feed & just roll with it.
As counter productive as it sounds I would put on my son's favorite toddler show (Mickey Mouse Clubhouse) & feed him myself just so I felt better about it because he would literally not eat! That only worked for so long though...
I would entice him with food throughout the day and he would take a nibble here and a nibble there, sometimes that's all you're really gonna get them to do at this age. By the end of the day all the little nibbles he would take would add up to at least something to eat.
Hang in there though, usually by 18 months-24 months they start to re-engage and enjoy food again. Right now it is just go go go.