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Old 03-02-2007, 04:48 PM   #1
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How much does your 1 yr old eat in one day?

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Old 03-02-2007, 04:55 PM   #2
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Re: Food

Well, today I sent her off with the following:

She had some drinkable yogurt on the way to daycare providers (she usually nurses in the morning - she's 16 mos old - but woke up too late today)

Breakfast - cereal with yogurt mixed in
Snacks - couple of pieced of block cheese cut up, grapes, whole pear cut in small pieces, kiddy granola bar, baby carrots
Lunch - pbj (normally I send left overs from dinner)
Dinner - don't yet know what we're eating tonight.

And she nurses in the evening. She doesn't drink much milk at all. I now only send her off with 8z of soy milk, which she doesn't finish. So, lots of cheese and yogurt for her.
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Old 03-02-2007, 05:14 PM   #3
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Depends on the day. Some days DD doesn't eat much at all, others, she can eat as much as I do. And she's really good at refusing to eat what she doesn't like. Like mother, like daughter.
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Old 03-03-2007, 02:01 PM   #5
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Re: Food

I'd say it definately depends on the day. I feel like Tharen is a big eater, but maybe not. He is 15 months as of the 1st. He is still bfing about 6 times a day. On top of that he usually has, some fruit (a couple of peices of melon or a handful of freeze dried bananas or apples, or a whole banana if we have fresh). 2 or 3 organic Ritz style crackers, a handful of veggie chips, a jar of carrot or winter squash baby food, a 10oz sippy of half pomegranite and orange juice and half water, and several bites of whatever I eat. He will eat up to half of my meal if he really likes it, so some days he eats more than others. And if we go out to a restraunt that serves something he really likes he might eat alot more that day (like the Thai place where he will eat a bowl of soup and then help me with my green curry tofu). Some days he hardly eats any solids at all and just kind of plays with anything I give him.
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Old 03-03-2007, 02:09 PM   #6
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Re: Food

DD is 17 months. Breakfast-Bights of cereal. This morning bites of bagel bites to go. Whatever i eat.
Lunch-bean burrito usually. Again whatever i eat.
Snacks-crackers and cheese or grapes or pieces of quaker baked apple cookie thing. Bowl of Frozen veggies every day at least once.
Dinner- what ever i eat.
8:00pm meal-oatmeal w/ a little brown sugar and a fruit baby food cup mixed in. I mix the plain oatmeal that comes in the big paper tub/tube thing w/ 2 cups brown sugar instead of using the intant oatmeal. I just scoop a little out each night. Works great.
Nursing 6-7 times a day as well.
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