veg and fruit is great, bread great, just need to get protein in there somehow. I'm struggling myself with that one, DD doesn't like the texture of meat much, or chicken, I guess she needs to get used to it, I must keep trying!
Personally now DS is 11 months I am less stressed about salt - because I don't add it to anything I do make (like you, things like pasta sauces) then I am less inclined to worry about something like a shop-bought pie as long as everything else is okay. If he has one or two things with salt in one day then I make sure for the next day or two that it is significantly less, IYSWIM.
My ds is 13 months old and since being 12 months I have given him whatever we eat. That said, I do cook a lot and dnever add salt to food as I don't like it. I must admit that he had pasta sauce from a jar since being about 9 months old but other than that everything is home cooked. I would have thought that your ds is still only eating small portions so whatever you eat should be OK. As long as you do keep an eye on his salt intake and always check the ingredients on packets.
Hi, I'm struggling with the same thing and find cheese scones or using scone mix as a pizza base very useful. Very quick to make and piglet (6.5mnths) finds them easy to chew.Bonus cheese scones are not very messy at all in BLW terms.I am going to start a thread on lower salt alternatives that are bought on this board as feel we should pool our knowledge.