my daughter just turned 16 mos old. she had been sick for a while just past her 1st birthday, and kept her on the 9-24 months formula as she didn't want to eat and drs told us to keep her hydrated. i'll admit, i got lazy and kept her on it even after she got better. i want to make sure she eats enough and gets all the nutrients she needs, but i have no idea how much she should be eating. she currently only has 2-3 bottles a day, but given her age, that seems like a lot. she eats the baby fruits & veggies fine, like crackers, cereal, and french toast (no syrup) just fine. please, if anyone has a game plan/rough idea of how many meals a child her age should have, much appreciated,Answer Question
Answer by jorjiegirl at 12:44 PM on May. 2, 2011
This has some info on that and some healthy ideas for food.
At your daughters age, he had just gotten off formula, altough he was drinking it from a sippy. For breakfast, he got eggs, toast, waffles, sausage, cereal, oatmeal or any combo.
lunch was vegetable beef soup, beef stew, chicken pot pie, peanut butter sandwiche, grilled cheese, baked sweet potato...any combo of meat and veggies (all homemade)
snack was yogurt, cereal, fruits...
supper was whatever we were eating.
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