Answer by Autumn22 at 9:43 PM on Dec. 28, 2008
My son is 16 months, but I'm guessing that's close enough.
Breakfast: one waffle toasted or still frozen he likes either way, some kind of fruit, maybe half an apple or a can of peaches
Lunch: some sort of meat, usually chicken turkey or ground beef... sometimes I do frozen chicken nuggets or meat balls but not usuallyone fruit, he loves grapes canned fruit or fresh apples or pears even oranges sometimesone veggie, fozen peas are his favorite, but he also loves green beans and squashone starch, mashed potatoes, sweet potatoes, an English muffin or some bread
He also nurses twice a day and drinks one sippy of cows milk and a few of watered down juice or plain water. He eats a snack or two in between meals, usually crackers or bread.
We've worked hard to avoid sweets and fatty foods. Hope this helps
He also loves pasta. I cook a whole box then put it on a sheet pan to freeze. I spread them out so they don't freeze in one big clump. When they're frozen I move them to a ziplock. Then I can give him a handful at any meal. He'll eat them right from the freezer, he loves it!
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