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What do feed ur baby????

What do they eat for breakfast lunch din
ner and apettizers am not a good cooker just a teenage baby is 14 months

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Asked by Anonymous at 12:22 AM on Sep. 20, 2009 in Toddlers (1-2)

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  • feed your baby what he'll eat. Mac and cheese, chili cheese dogs cut up, any soft vegies and fruit. You feed them what YOU can cook and what snack that you think are okay. Cooking comes with time...and as long as the baby is fed...I don't think it will care if you can cook alot of things or not

    Answer by GotToHaveFaith at 12:27 AM on Sep. 20, 2009

  • mine is 14 months too. regular oatmeal,banana,strawberries,yo baby yogurts or lowfat yogurt,graham crackers,cut up grapes,avocado,pb&j toast,cinnamon toast,microwaved baked potato,tiny pieces of meat or pasta,an apple slice,an orange slice,applesause,pinto beans,rice.she's only got two teeth so i have to cut everything so much!also just remembered pancakes and eggs.and whatever we may be having for dinner...casseroles ,chicken whatever

    Answer by littledozie at 12:29 AM on Sep. 20, 2009

  • At 14 months old my son was eating whatever I ate..

    Answer by KalebsMommee at 12:31 AM on Sep. 20, 2009

  • Well today for example for breakfast my son had a pancake, half a sausage, and some diced apples, for lunch he had a grilled cheese and banana, and for dinner he had grilled chicken and green beans. I just have to cut everything up for him but he can pretty much each anything as long as it's not too hard or crunchy.

    Answer by jessicarae787 at 12:52 AM on Sep. 20, 2009

  • breakfast: scrambled eggs (sometimes I sneak in broccoli and he loves them with cheese and cut up bacon) toaster waffles, plain yogurt with granola or blended with strawberries, banana, oatmeal.
    Lunch: Chicken breast with veggies and pasta, grilled cheese n broccoli, tuna salad, chicken nuggets, pretty much anything.
    Snacks: Apple slices with cheese, raisins, granola bar, plum, kiwi, string cheese.

    Answer by jenellemarie at 1:07 AM on Sep. 20, 2009

  • Everything that I ate by the time she was a year. Couscous with lentil stew, quinoa salad, chicken, every type of fruit or veggie imaginable, salmon, shrimp (we have no shellfish allergies in my family) etc. I just cut it up into tiny pieces that she could chew.

    Answer by epoh at 7:41 AM on Sep. 20, 2009

  • My son eats whatever I eat... but I'm not always the healthiest eater so I have made it a "rule" that I provide a fruit and vege at every meal (well not breakfast)
    Some meals for us would be:
    Breakfast- eggs and toast, french toast, fruit and cereal bars
    Lunch and Dinner: fish, veggie burgers, chicken patties (not fried), ravioli, hamburger, diced fruit cups, melon, banana, veges (i've been getting the single steamer bags and we share) things like carrots, peas, potatoes, broccoli, bread, cheese
    Just try to stay away from a lot of junk foods... and if you eat out with him, do smart choices no fried foods (do a plain hamburger it's much healthier) no fries and no pop... do the fruit option and milk

    Answer by AmiJanell at 8:34 AM on Sep. 20, 2009

  • My babies only had formula or baby food until they were ready for table foods.

    My toddlers (14 months) ate whatever we ate.

    Answer by Anonymous at 9:53 AM on Sep. 20, 2009

  • Ok lets be straight here, you're young. I couldn't cook at all when I was younger :) DO NOT FEEL BAD!!! Gerber makes so many things to help new moms, seriously, I would have died without Gerber!!! And every thing comes with a little stage tracker that really does help. Like foods for sitters, crawlers, toddlers, then preschool age. The best advice I ever got, was just to eat with them. They see you eat, they want to eat. Remember to make their bites smaller and easily chewable though, no choking hazards!!! Let them eat what they like, just teach them to eat well.

    Answer by littlebump4me at 3:32 AM on Sep. 22, 2009

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