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Old 08-26-2009, 05:59 PM   #1
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Foods for a 1 yo.

Ok, so it's been 7 years since I had a 1 yo. and I don't remember what he ate then. My DD is now 1 (on Sunday woohoo!) and I just think the baby food is so...bland and well, she could drink it through a straw LOL. I suppose it would be ok to start chopping up our food for her, right?

I need an excuse for DH to buy more fruits & veggies hehehe!

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Old 08-26-2009, 06:13 PM   #2
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Re: Foods for a 1 yo.

yup. just let her be your guide. She should be able to gum chew just about anything soft including chicken. All kids are different but I bet shes more than ready for modified table food
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Re: Foods for a 1 yo.

My 10 month old eats whatever we eat... just finger food size or smaller. Like right now she's sitting in her highchair eating her brothers chocolate "cat" cookies from Trader Joes. I do still give her rice cereal in the mornings, but that's more just because its easy and nothing to do with her only eating it (she loves waffles)

But if you're worried they do make the toddler graduates stuff and those are just really chunky baby foods.
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I have to feed DS what we eat...if I don't he just when he's "finished" in his highchair I geth im down and he bee lines for dh and my plates hahah
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Old 08-26-2009, 06:18 PM   #5
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Re: Foods for a 1 yo.

Soup is great, you can just strain out the soft noodles, veggies, and meats and he can eat them himself. For dinner tonight we had baked potatoes and I threw in a baked sweet potato for Claire, she ate that and loved it.
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Old 08-26-2009, 06:18 PM   #6
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Re: Foods for a 1 yo.

Yea, she loves macaroni & cheese...I've given her bites of my food. It's just a pain to have to make something "seperate" when I know she can pretty much eat the same stuff we do...just smaller pieces.
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