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August 2004 baby boy,,,,what time does eat and what?

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sasa15 Fri 24-Jun-05 21:37:36

Does your baby have tea at 5pm and dinner also before bedtime bottle...


what's your routine?

ds eat breakfast around 8.30 just 8oz of milk with cereal biscuits inside,,,I can't be bother to feed him in the highchair...

then he has lunch at 12.15pm...PAsta with meat,vegetebles..or tomatoes...plus one fruity yogurt or plain yogurt or fruit,

dinnee or tea...at 5pm
boiled egg with bread, finger sticks of veg,
yogurt or fruit

Milk at 8.30pm or 9.30pm if we are out
8oz sometimes with 2 cereal biscuits inside.

is he getting enough.,,,sometimes I think he's hungry before the bottle....

hamster Fri 24-Jun-05 21:56:50

Hi Sasa,

My ds is 10 months now, born last August.

My daily routine goes like this....(most of the time).....

7am-Bottle
9am-Bowl of porridge or mashed banana
12-1pm-A savoury jar or veg and mash
2x Petit filous or mashed/stewed fruit
3-4pm-Mashed banana, 1-2 biscuits or soldiers
6.30pm-Bottle

Sometimes he gets hungry between and has bread soldiers or fruit. If I'm in a rush he has a bottle of milk.

As long as your ds seems happy, then I'm sure he's fine. Ask your health visitor if your worried
xx

sasa15 Fri 24-Jun-05 22:01:36

thank you amster.

Chickyboo Fri 24-Jun-05 22:08:34

My DD born nearly 11 mths.

7oz milk 6.30am
weetabix/porridge/muesli and fruit 7.30am
4oz milk or some banana and water 10.30ish
lunch veg and cheese yoghurt fruit sometimes meat and water with apple juice 12.30
4-6oz milk 3.30pm (sometimes)
dinner Hipp organic food or 2 types veg fruit maybe toast 5pm and water with juice
6-7oz milk 6.30pm

she also has rice cakes and breadsticks
This is very similar to when she was 10 mths

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