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June 3rd, 2011, 11:49 AM
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BREAKFAST
1/2 cup iron-fortified breakfast cereal or 1 cooked egg (not more than 3 eggs per week)
1/4 cup whole milk (with cereal)
4-6 oz. juice
Add to cereal one of the following:
1/2 banana, sliced
2-3 large sliced strawberries
SNACK
1 slice toast or whole wheat muffin
1-2 tablespoons cream cheese or peanut butter
1 cup whole milk
LUNCH
1/2 sandwich – tuna, egg salad, peanut butter, or cold cuts
1/2 cup cooked green vegetables
SNACK
1-2 ounces cubed cheese, or 2-3 tablespoons pitted and diced dates
1 cup whole milk
DINNER
2-3 ounces cooked meat, ground or diced
1/2 cup cooked yellow or orange vegetables
1/2 cup pasta, rice, or potato
1/2 cup whole milk
Ok, how am I supposed to get to THAT when my daughter's complete daily intake of solids usually consist of a yogurt, a few bites of a cheese sandwich, a teensy bit of fruit and veggies (I'm talking like 5 bites of each here), and some cheerios?
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June 3rd, 2011, 11:51 AM
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diced dates? I don't think I eat dates.
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June 3rd, 2011, 11:55 AM
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that's a crap ton of food...I don't know if I even eat all of that in a day. If I put that on Leah's tray....2/3 would end up on the floor.
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June 3rd, 2011, 12:00 PM
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diced dates? I don't think I eat dates.
LOL I think that's an old menu...I just found it online. I was looking in an AAP book this morning and I know it was a bit different (no juice for example).

Yeah, I was thinking that seems like a lot of food for a 12 month old! I know my type A hubby will be freaking out if she doesn't eat that much. He's like spazzing out over the fact that we are going to stop formula and we need to figure out EXACTLY what she should be eating. But maybe that's just the amount and variety food that should be offered? Ugh, so much will go to waste!
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June 3rd, 2011, 01:03 PM
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Do yourself a favour and don't tell him that a list exists. LOL

Then, let her eat what you're eating. Just use toddler plates, and let her guide you to how much she's willing and able to eat. I never measure Maggie's food. That seems like overkill to me. Maggie surprises me somedays at how much solid food she'll pound down, and she's even doing proteins like chicken, fish, pork and beef, and has been doing them with 3 teeth for a long time. Other days, she's like "meh" not that hungry. If you let her lead you, you can't go wrong. Just make sure you cook vegetables soft enough to be mushed, and dice things small enough to be mushed and swallowed.

My rule is (with very few exceptions), a protein, veg/fruit and a grain/carb at every meal. She gets juice/water with every meal. She rarely gets a snack, but when she's fussing and not tired, she definitely gets a cookie or fruit or cheerios or crackers or something. She even loves freezies.

Just do whatever works for you.
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June 3rd, 2011, 02:03 PM
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That's crazy, I just make sure that my kids eat balanced meals, my kids don't get morning snacks either because otherwise they won't eat lunch
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June 3rd, 2011, 02:41 PM
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Don't put too much stress on it, please Babies don't overeat and they will most definitely let you know when they are hungry. They eat for survival, that's it. We eat for a bajillion reasons. Offer her healthy stuff at appropriate meal times and she will be fine, I promise.
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June 3rd, 2011, 03:58 PM
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That is a lot of food! Charlotte eats basically lunch & dinner, lately. For breakfast she wants a ba-ba and a handful of puffies, which Samantha steals half of. Lol. Now my soon-to-be 3 yr old eats like that menu, but Charlotte isn't there yet.
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June 3rd, 2011, 05:06 PM
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Holy crap that's a lot!
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Haha we are not even remotely close to eating that much food. Or really food in general. Bread, puffies, avacado, apples...thats pretty much what she will eat. Hasn't stopped her from growing yet, so I figure she will eat normal food someday.
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June 3rd, 2011, 06:32 PM
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Keep in mind that just because it says for a 1 year old is doesnt specify exact age. A 13 month old will eat totally different then a 23 month old, yet they are tectonically both at the age of 1.

Also since the age of one is just a stage out of babyhood here are a few sites I like to use:

For Babies 8 months to 12 months old - Baby Menus, Baby Food Menus and Schedules for Solid Foods - Menus for Homemade Baby Food

and

Feeding Your 9- to 12-Month-Old: Meal Suggestions
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June 3rd, 2011, 07:38 PM
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There's no way I could get Juliana to eat all that any time soon! She still gets over 75% of her nutrition from milk. I've heard the "food is for fun until they're 1" saying but now that she's approaching 1 I figure I better start taking this nutrition thing seriously. There's only so much we can do, though. I mean, if they're going to through stuff on the floor they're just not going to eat it.
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June 4th, 2011, 05:27 AM
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I read somewhere that the kids' stomachs are roughly the size of their fists. I don't want to force feed him to the point he thinks he has to have that much at each meal.

Just feed her whatever you are eating (cut into small pieces and perhaps a little less spice if you use a lot of spices). She'll be fine! And don't show your DH that list... LOL.
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June 4th, 2011, 10:12 AM
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I did show him the menu but I said this is an example of the variety of foods we should be offering, but she won't eat very much of it. LOL He was ok with that.

thanks ladies!! Yeah, it seemed like a LOT of food to me!!! Maybe *I* should follow that diet though, I would probably lose a lot of weight.

Minus the whole milk of course.
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June 4th, 2011, 01:23 PM
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LOL. I agree with everyone else. Also, some foods on that list I wouldn't offer my kids..like cold cuts.
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