my big boy would eat all day given the chance! im just interested to hear what yours eats everyday as concerned hes getting a bit big.
7oz milk 1st thing breakfast: porridge with yoghurt and fruit puree or banana mid morning - snack eg apricots, biscotti, banana, rice cakes etc... lunch - few spoonfuls of potted baby food and whatever im having maybe bits of cheese, fruit, bread... mid afternoon: 100ml of milk (trying to get him to drop this) dinner: half baby food pot , philly on toast and fruit/yoghurt
does this sound too much? hes v lively and active. he is on the 98 centile for weight and height.
DD is 10.5 months 150ml bottle of milk when she wakes up around 7am Slice of toast with jam or bowl of porridge around 8am Lunch around 12, bowl of homemade vegetable pasta (100g) & fromage frais or fruit pot, or sandwich/crispbake with soft cheese, bits of tomato, a few Organix crisps, yogurt. 150ml bottle around 2pm Dinner around 5pm, pasta, chicken casserole or sandwich
My twins are 10 months old and this is a typical day for us...
7:30: 9oz formula 8:30: 1/2 weetabix, fresh fruit 11am: lunch - fish with 2/3 types of veg mashed up, yoghurt, fresh fruit 3pm: 4oz formula 4:30pm: dinner - boiled egg, toast, fresh fruit 5:30pm - 9oz milk
From this I am worried not feeding mine enough. He's 8month and has Breakfast, omlett or toast or cereal and fruity thing for pudding Mid morning 7oz bottle Lunch, puree of meat,fish or veg plus pudding Late afternoon, 7oz bottle Tea, little puree Bedtime 8oz milk.
Dd has only started picking up her food lately during 10mo stage
Morning -5oz bottle Breakfast-weetabix/porrige/cereal/toast/eggs Snack- yogurt and fruit Lunch- sandwich/omelete/malt loaf and cheese etc Snack - 8oz milk Dinner- whatever we have. Pasta, meat, veg etc Bed - 3-8oz depending on her mood
Inbetween time she screams blue murder every time she's see any of us eating something and we have to give her share . I have no idea if she's following centiles (2nd child) as I rarely get her weighed but seems happy and healthy and generally sleeps all night so I assume all is ok
I find there's a huge difference between 8 and 10 months cleoowen. Milk is the most important thing as some babies just take a little bit longer to take to food. Your wee one is getting over the 16oz recommended so unless they seem unhappy with it or loose weight I wouldn't worry.