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evan has, a *hearty* sized bowl of mixed cereal and applesauce in the morning, and at lunch he has a size 3 jar of some type of veggie and a bowl of rice cereal and same for dinner another size 3 jar but this time with some type of meat in it, along with some rice cereal. he has 3-4 bottles during the day too.
Vae has half a jar of veggies/meat at lunch plus half a jar of fruits . Then the other half of those foods at dinner time . So I guess she only has 2 jars in total a day , although some times she won't eat it all .
She has some cereal in the morning also .
cereal mixed with a stage 2 jar of fruit for breakfast. stage 2 jar of veggies or veggie meat mix or about half of a stage 3 for lunch plus half a banana or so. Sometimes he'll eat the whole banana. then usually a jar of something or our dinner in the evening. Plus his bottles.
Ryan has a 8oz bottle of milk in the AM (i just switched him onto Whole milk) With 1/2 cup of cereal and 1/4 cup of fruit he has a 4 oz bottle of milk when he has his morning nap then for lunch he has a stage 2 meal and 1/4 cup of fruit with 2 oz of water he gets a cereal bisket for a snack with a 4oz bottle then for dinner he gets a stage 2 meal with 1/2 cup of fruit and 2 oz of juice and then has a 8 oz bottle at bedtime
Calleigh schedule is:
Morning: 4 oz formula
Mid-morning: 2 tbsp cereal & 4oz formula
Lunch: 4 oz formula
Mid afternoon: 2 oz juice / water and a wagon wheel or fruit puffs
Dinner: 3-4 food cubes of veggie and sometimes a couple of tbsp of custard.