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October 21st, 2010, 03:52 PM
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I swear Addison could eat food all day.

She has had:

3 tbs oatmeal and 2 cubes of plum
a yobaby yogurt
a stick of string cheese
half a banana
a few bites of pasta, but didnt like it so much
now she's having cheerios (for the first time)
and she still needs to eat "dinner"

this is in addition to BF

Do all of your LO eat this much? lol

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October 21st, 2010, 05:18 PM
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OMG yes! This kid definitely has a healthy appetite! You'd think he'd be much bigger than he is!

1/2 basted egg
full container of Daninamo strawberry yogurt
several Graduates little crunchies

several bites of cheesy hashbrowns
1/2 Nutri-Grain bar
few bites of green beans

few yogurt melts, Little crunchies, and Kix
full jar 2nd foods Peaches & Cream with cereal
few bites of green beans

Snacked on Little crunchies, Kix, Puffs and yogurt melts throughout the day

Since midnight has drank about 15 ozs of formula and still has his bedtime bottle to go and he'll be up again around 10:30 & take another 3-6 ozs.

So don't worry about her eating too much! This little guy is a piggy too!!
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October 21st, 2010, 06:02 PM
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Billy definitely doesnt eat as much as most babies. He never really liked baby food so we stopped that and he is doing better with food he can feed himself. His 1st tooth is through but now we see the second coming already so that has been affecting him. But today he had:

*1/4 of a yobaby yogurt
*Handful of cheerios
*Some puffs

*2 bites of mashed potatoes (he usually gets a lot more)
*1/4 of his yogurt from earlier

*half of a grilled cheese
*some yogurt melts

He did try some dried apple snacks and loved those. We just offer food at each meal and snacks inbetween but he is hit or miss! Although he did nurse 8 or 9 times today!

I wouldn't worry about her eating too much. Its not like your giving her candy and french fries!

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October 21st, 2010, 06:28 PM
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Elijah had about 3 bites of my potato soup at lunch time and dinner he had some of my tator tot casserole. He isn't eating much I think because of his mouth. I have offered him numerous things but he just keeps them in his hand and won't eat it. He is nursing just fine though so I am thankful for that!
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October 21st, 2010, 06:32 PM
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Wilson eats a lot too!

earth's best peach oatmeal
piece of peanut butter toast
a few cheerios

1 jar vegetable/grain baby food
a bunch of oyster crackers

at the store he ate 2 mum mums and some more oyster crackers in a snack trapper

1 yo baby yogurt
3 tbs oatmeal made with 2 oz of BM
an earth's best biter bar

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October 21st, 2010, 06:48 PM
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Kylie is hit and miss, today she had..

Breakfast: a container of baby yogurt, puffs, a 4oz jar of bananas
Lunch: Green beans and puffs
snack: biter biscuit cookie, some pieces of cheese
Dinner: spaghetti and meatballs stage 3 jar and a cookie for dessert

And then she had 3 8oz bottles.

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October 21st, 2010, 06:53 PM
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Breakfast atmeal and apples a mum mum
Lunch: jar of Earths Best chicken and stars, few puffs
Snack:YoBaby banana yogurt
Dinner: spinach raviolis, green beans, mandarin oranges

She also had 2 6 oz bottles

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October 21st, 2010, 06:58 PM
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Breakfast, one whole waffle and a strawberry.
Lunch, a few bites of a grilled turkey and cheese sandwich.
Dinner, green beans, potatoes, corn, and some bread.

Grady had a few cheerios and gold fish today too.
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October 21st, 2010, 07:17 PM
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-half a container of yobaby peach yogurt

-one green bean cube and a tiny bit of pear

-one carrot cube, pears, and puffs

And of course 5-6 BFs.
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October 21st, 2010, 07:41 PM
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Breakfast: cheerios and a piece of apple
Lunch: peas, corn, half a hot dog with cheese wrapped in a pillsbury roll (special treat because daddy was having them!)
Snack: mum mums
Dinner: beef stew
Snack: more corn, carrots, some chicken

Plus she BF 4-5 times.
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October 21st, 2010, 08:06 PM
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While at daycare today D had:
3 4oz BM bottles
1 4oz jar lentils and rice
1 4oz jar pears

Once home he had:
2 wagon wheels and a few crunchies
yobaby yogurt
1/3 jar pinapple glazed ham

Then he nursed to fall asleep.
This was actually a GREAT day compared to recently.... With him having been super sick he hadn't been eating hardly anything.

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October 21st, 2010, 10:20 PM
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Breakfast: I made Kaitlin 3 tbs mixed grain cereal and half of a banana. (She didn't eat all of it, usually she does)

Lunch: Yobaby blueberry yogurt, this pasta -> Earth's Best Organic 3rd Whole Grain Wheat, Semolina Pastina, 8 Ounce Boxes (Pack of 6): Amazon.com: Grocery & Gourmet Food , one packet of Ella's kitchen sweet potato, blueberry, apple and pumpkin. She didn't eat all of it.

Dinner: I gave her the yogurt and pasta from lunch. She finished the pasta and I also gave her quinoa that I made for dinner.

She has also nursed all day.
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October 22nd, 2010, 09:23 AM
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After reading this, I was worried that I wasn't feeding Jadyn enough or maybe too much during the day. This post just confirmed my question, thanks for the info ladies! I feel lots better now!

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October 22nd, 2010, 11:19 AM
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Wow- Mandy is a champion eater based on this. Well, and the fact the daycare ladies tell me she is an eating machine. Even the cook makes fun of her. We asked the pedi if we could feed her too much and she said no keep feeding her as long as she keeps eating.

I'll have to post what she eats at daycare today, but usually it is 2 meals (pancakes and fruit, chili and a veggie and fruit or something like that) 2 big snacks and 2 jars of baby food plus nursing once and a bottle or two. Then a snack before dinner and dinner. She can definitely put down a lot of food.

Thank you Vicki for my siggy!
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October 22nd, 2010, 01:26 PM
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Well it is only 12;24 here so far she has had a jar or organic apple cinnamon oatmeal and a strawberry muffin (homemade). She has also had 1 bottle. When she wakes up from her nap she will have lunch so I will have to update more then.

Thanks Vicki for my always awesome siggy!
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October 22nd, 2010, 07:17 PM
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I didn't cook for anyone today - lol!

1/2 a banana
1/3 slice of toast

2 graduates meat sticks
1 jar phase 2 organic turkey squash dinner

a few green grapes
half jar of phase 2 carrots mixed with rice cereal
2 french fries

snacks: two toddler mum mums while we were shopping, some puffs earlier in the day and a couple of cheese-its off his sister's plate.

He had two or three bottles already, and will have another in a few minutes before bed.

Last edited by Delsol; October 22nd, 2010 at 07:20 PM.
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October 22nd, 2010, 07:55 PM
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Hobie ate 3/4 of a container of stage 1 organic apples, spread out over lunch and dinner, and some Cheerios. And a lick of my ice cream spoon.

I'm just so happy he's eating! He has taken a sudden interest in our food and I am so happy he's starting to digest foods instead of just spitting it all back up. He can only hold little amounts at a time, but I'll take it. We're nowhere near any of you guys with the three meals a day plus snacks though - at most he gets solids twice a day. But I'll take it!

(p.s. - if you think they eat a lot now, wait until they're 8 or 9. I thought it didn't start until the teenage years, but my older kids can both out-eat me any day of the week!)

Heidi, mama to 5 kiddos and an lost 11.25.13 at 11w5d
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