Twelve, it's great when they scream for food and then mostly lick it clean before deciding they are done
DD is 18mo, so we're just hitting the very beginning of food being an interesting battleground, I think. It's the turning point from being a gannet who will eat anything that vaguely resembles food to being outragously picky!
Breakfast - 3 spoonfuls of wheatabix, then thought he saw me making toast so shouted and pushed it away. I didn't give him any toast.
Mid morning snack after toddler music class - blueberries, handful of Cheerios, half a piece of toast (gah!)
Lunch at nursery - refused most sandwich, allegdly ate tomato but a) I didn't send him in with any and b) he's never knowingly eaten it in his life. Ate a couple of strawberries and a ginger biscuit though.
Dinner. Screaming hungry. Ate half a fish finger, licked ketchup off the other 1.5 fishfngers and an assortment of sweet potato wedges. Scooped rest of ketchup out of bowl by hand. Wade cauliflower cheese around. Didn't ingest a single other solid. Ate a yoghurt nicely.
Mini fruit filled shredded wheat with milk and 3oz cows milk Half a brioche with butter (my breakfast!) 1 slice eggy bread, 1 large banana, 1/2 ginger cookie Handfull of grapes Chicken in spicy tomato sauce with rice, green beans and spinach Yoghurt 5oz cows milk
He is a little piggy, I've no idea why he's so skinny!
Because I like these threads, they give me ideas and reassure me that, on a bad day, my wannabe toddler isn't eating less food than any baby ever
5oz milk when she woke up 1 Weetabix with milk Biscuit and/or fruit at baby group, I assume (CM day today) 1 pate and cucumber sandwich (pate is her new love), some peas, and a few strawberries in yoghurt 4oz milk in the afternoon Stole some homemade pizza off another mindees plate, apparently Then for dinner, despite whining for food, deigned to eat just one scrambled egg and threw the veg and peach on the floor 5oz milk at bedtime