I am working on weaning my child by one. He is almost 11 months and eats 3 4 oz bottles at daycare and one big meal. At home he nurses on demand, eats snacks and a big meal before bed. He also has water and a little juice.
What does a typical one year old feeding schedule look like. Do they eat breakfast, lunch, dinner and only drink milk as a drink with meals?
Answer by amileegirl at 9:53 AM on Aug. 20, 2010
At 11 mo he doesn't need any bottles while you are gone, he can eat solids and drink water. He can continue to nurse on demand up until the recommend age 2 or beyond. You don't need to pump at work or anything. My DIL works and we didn't give him bottles when she was gone at 9 mo, he just ate solids. He is now 23 mo and still enjoys nursing and hasn't had to take antibiotics, great for our family.
Toddlers eat when you eat and they have snacks. Most toddlers graze, they eat small amounts all day. I watch my grandson every other day. He has his own shelf in my fridge. I save foods from meals and freeze extras from when I make him special things.
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