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Sample feeding schedule for 1 year old

Can you guys send me an example of what your 1 year old (or thereabouts) eats and at what times, do they eat anything after dinner??? Thanks!

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Asked by expectoct at 11:11 AM on Jul. 14, 2009 in Babies (0-12 months)

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  • My daughter is 11 and a half weeks, here is what we do (during day is at daycare):

    7am - 4 oz formula bottle
    830 - solid breakfast (waffles, fruit, and a sippy of water)
    1030 - small snack like cereal, yogurt, or yogurt drops or crackers and sippy of 4oz formula.
    100pm - lunch (turkey and cheese, grilled cheese, chicken, vegetables) and sippy of water
    400pm - sippy of 4oz formula and snack like cheezits, animal crackers or cheese stick.
    630pm - dinner with mom and dad whatever we are having and sippy of water
    8pm - 4oz bottle to bed.

    I know, she is a grazer, but so is her mom and dad so it works. 16 oz formula in total.

    Answer by rabbate at 11:15 AM on Jul. 14, 2009

  • Sorry! That would be 11 and a half months not WEEKS!!!!

    Answer by rabbate at 11:15 AM on Jul. 14, 2009

  • my ds is 11 and a half months and he eats...

    breakfast-8-9 am~~ juice bagle fruit... pancakes,, cereal..
    snack around 11-11:30~~ fruit/cheese
    nap--sippie with milk< bout 6 oz>
    lunch 1-1:30.. pasta, quisallidias, veggies, just about anything for lunch!
    sippy with 60z milk,, nap lays down between 3-4 and sleeps for bout 1-2.5 hours

    if dinners gonna be after 7 he gets a snack,, if its gonna be before 7 he dosent, well maybe a fig newton but thts all

    6-8 dinner... depending on what time daddy gets home, he eats what we eat.. mainly... a veggie, maybe pasta, bread,

    Answer by 2cuteboysrmine at 11:23 AM on Jul. 14, 2009

  • Mine is 15 mo. At a year, she wasn't eating all the snacks but once I switched her to soy milk (cows milk didn't go well) from formula, the snacks became necessary:

    7 am Breakfast - Solids. (Cereal, fruit...eggs, fruit...yogurt, toast, etc.)
    9 am 8 oz Milk
    9:30 Snack (Cheerios, yogurt drops, crackers, raisins, fruit, whatever)
    12:30 Lunch - Solids (Grilled Cheese, Chicken Nuggets, Fish, with veggies and fruit or yogurt for dessert)
    2:00 8 oz Milk
    2:30 Snack
    5:30 Dinner (Pasta, Veggies, Fruit, etc.)
    6:45 8 oz Milk
    7:15 Snack (*Mine doesn't sleep well if she doesn't get a good snack at this point)

    Also - I should note that she typically only eats good meals at 2 of the 3 meal times. It changes from day to day but typically she isn't interested in much of one of her meals.

    Answer by ANGIE409 at 2:44 PM on Jul. 14, 2009

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