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    Default How much does your 10month old eat for breakfast?

    I usually give DS three tablespoons of muesli for breakfast (an hour after is first BF at 7am), which is more than some bubs in our mother's group. He's been grizzly lately and I thought it was just how teeth. This morning I gave him 4tbspn and some French toast soldiers.

    Now im wondering if 3tbspn is actually not enough anymore. So, how much does your LO eat for brekkie?

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    My 8 month old has 4 tablespoons porridge or one weetbix, as well as fruit and yoghurt.

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    2 mashed up weetbix.

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    3 weetbix or 2 weetbix and toast

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    my 2 yr old has 2 weetbix or 1/2 cup of oates or cheerios with 1 banana cut up and added in and 1/2 cup of watered down juice. shes been having this (minus juice) since about 12mths old when at the same time, dropped her morning milk.
    an hr or so later she will have 1/2 vegemite sandwich and a yoghurt

    i know my dd is 2 but maybe it will give u some perspective?
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    Two weetbix and fruit (either most of a banana or some grapes or a nectirine )

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    1/2 to 1 weetbix

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    Big bowl of porridge and a piece of toast with either Vegemite or peanut butter

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    My dd is 12 days shy of 10 months but has one weatbix and fruit or a piece of toast with avo. There are days she will eat more/less. We don't offer milk until her first nap which is usually 1 1/2 after she first gets up

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    A couple tablespoons of oats or weetbix with fruit or milk followed by either a piece of toast or homemade pikelet. She has a spoon fed component and finger food component to every meal


 

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