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    Default Re: What does your 14 month old eat?

    At 14 months ds ate a vegemite sandwich, rarely anything else.

    At 28 months he still eats very little,
    Was stressful but now i figure he will eat when he needs to.

    He was 14 kilos and is now 15.

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    Default What does your 14 month old eat?

    Quote Originally Posted by LifeInShadesOfGrey View Post
    Can I ask (if you don't mind OP), does anyone cut their food up before feeding their 14month olds? I'm meaning things like sandwiches etc?

    Im a bit nervous about just handing DD a sandwich, banana etc and will always make it bite sizes before hand.
    Totally don't mind! Yes!!! She has everything in bite size pieces, slowly increasing the size... If not she will, just shove it in, chew, swallow, gag, choke and vomit; this has been from day one, she is also a reflux baby and I believe this is partly why.

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    Default What does your 14 month old eat?

    My little guy is 15mo and eats me out of house and home
    He eats a banana and then two bits of toast or two weetbix. Then for morning tea has a piece of fruit or some cheese and crackers and dried fruit. Has a sandwich for lunch, or piece of zucchini slice or home made sausage rolls (full of veges - he ate 4 party sized ones today), afternoon tea is something like corn or banana pikelets or a smoothie or muffin, then occasionally he had a cup of milk late arvo. Dinner is usually a bowl of whatever we are having and then a yoghurt or banana or other bit of fruit.
    Then a cup of milk before bed.
    I don't cut his foods up, just give them whole. Unless its something really big then ill cut it to more manageable pieces.. His sandwiches get cut into quarters
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    My almost 13mo dd will eat that much and still tries to have 5 BF's a day! Little guzzle guts!

    My dd has been eating sandwiches cut into 1/4's for ages. No issues with choking/etc. The only reason I cut things small is if they are hard/crunchy so that if she eats them they won't dissolve in her mouth and she could choke, or to stop her taking one bite & throwing the rest on the floor. She likes to do that - take a bite out of a biscuit then throw the rest on the floor and then ask for more! Little rascal .

    My dd LOVES pasta too - I prefer to give her vegeroni as it's slightly better than plain pasta and has more flavour. She also LOVES grated cheese. Putting grated cheese on her highchair tray keeps her happy til it's all gone!

    My dd is almost 12kg by the way - 97th percentile for height/weight at 12 months.

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    Default What does your 14 month old eat?

    DD is 14mo and about 9kg. She's always been tall and skinny - she's at the top of the chart for hight and bottom for weight. But some days she can eat like a horse! A typical day would include things like:

    Breakfast - 1.5 vita brits with 100ml formula and puréed pear mixed together
    Lunch - chickpea patties and fruit or a sandwich cut into quarters or baked beans with toast fingers or scrambled eggs/omelette
    Dinner - small bowl of spaghetti bolognese, apricot chicken and rice, casserole, baked sweet potato with salmon cakes or meatballs and mash.
    Snacks - piece of cheese, small yoghurt, fruit, bits of whatever I'm eating within reason, savoury muffin, muesli bar, crumpet (probably 2-3 snacks per day from this list)
    Bottle - about 150ml before bed
    Drinks - plenty of water in the sippy cup

    I just go by her cues and if she's happy and healthy I don't worry!

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    Default What does your 14 month old eat?

    Quote Originally Posted by babylove81 View Post
    Totally don't mind! Yes!!! She has everything in bite size pieces, slowly increasing the size... If not she will, just shove it in, chew, swallow, gag, choke and vomit; this has been from day one, she is also a reflux baby and I believe this is partly why.
    My DD is a reflux baby too. She is the same. If the pieces aren't bite sized she will do the same thing. But with things cut it bite sized she does really well


 

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