Posted: Tue Jan 05, 2010 12:10 am
B-Ready Brek and half bannana
Snack- half a crumpet at playgroup
D-Scrammbled egg with cheese and tomatos cut into slices
followed by a yogurt and 1 apple rice cake
T-Jacket potato wih tuna and sweetcorn and a drop of pinnapple juice on the potato
followed by fruite pot and few pieces of satsuma and a chunk of cucumber (his fave)
He still has 3 bottles so he dosent really snack much between meals i just hope he's getting enough
Posted: Tue Jan 05, 2010 8:51 pm
B: Ready brek with plum and half a banana
L: Cheese omelette with cherry tomatoes (scranned the lot) followed by apple cinnamon with custard and a fruit and lemon biscuit
S: 2 Rich tea biscuits that he nicked out of the tin, then nicely gave me one
T: Pork and apple savory with swede and carrot (one of his faves and ate the lot), Jelly and custard, and a rice cake.
Posted: Tue Jan 05, 2010 9:56 pm
Breakfast: mashed banana, 1 weetabix & some rice crispies
Some buttered toast when hubby came home from work at about 11ish
Lunch: slice of buttered bread with spaghetti hoops, some grapes and a yoghurt
Snack: some grapes and a biscuit
Dinner: Potato waffle, fish finger and beans, some grapes (she loves grapes ) yoghurt and another biscuit (hubby gave it to her ).
She ate everything today for a change but I still don't think I'm feeding her enough though reading everyone elses xxx
Posted: Tue Jan 05, 2010 11:21 pm
Posted: Wed Jan 06, 2010 5:11 pm
B- Raspberry Porridge
S- 3/4 of a banana
L- Small jacket potato with Tuna & Sweetcorn
S- Handful of grapes and handful of raisins
T- Homemade sweet & Sour chicken & A piece of Our "healthy" garlic bread
We give Ruby adult porridge as she refuses ALL baby cereal now, she will eat a whole portion that comes in each sachet. Can out eat my OH already xx
Posted: Wed Jan 06, 2010 9:33 pm
Well he only ate 1/2 his chilli cos silly mummy made it too hot , I went and dropped the chilli powder in it but he did so well with it, having a sip of water after every mouthful, then he couldn't get the yogurt in fast enough
But I've found out he LOVES nesquik banana milkshake When he got up after his nap I gave him a beaker of milk and put a baby spoonful of nesquik in, in no time at all it was gone
Posted: Wed Jan 06, 2010 9:39 pm
its bad i cant remeber what he had yesterday so going straight for today
B - Porridge and whole large banana plus 1 slice of toast
S - Rice cake
L - Jar of food as would not eat his finger food lunch plus bite of cream cake
S - Cream biscuit and half a pear
D - Lasange, garlic bread and peas
Posted: Wed Jan 06, 2010 11:00 pm
Love this post.
Emily's food has not been mashed for ages as I did some baby led weaning.
Today - Wednesday
Breastfeed on waking
Breakfast porridge and sultanas
Lunch, cheese on toast, banana, fromage frais
Snack, Breast feed - agh - I thought I'd managed to cut this one out but her teeth were giving her no end of grief and she wouldn't take a drink or snack and just kept crying.
Tea, macaroni cheese and bacon with carrots and green beans. No pudding, had planned on another fromage frais and a pear but she was really grizzly and kept refusing everything.
Today has not been a great eating day, so days she doesn't stop munching all day. Other days she hardly touches anything, she often eats veg really well and loves carrot sticks, at tea it was mainly the pasta that she ate.
Can I ask - does everyone change breakfasts daily? I tend to stick with porridge as I'm making that for us anyway and just change the fruit. I've tried wheatabix but she won't eat it. I don't like to give her toast and though she'll eat it till it comes out of her ears she tends to have bread later in the day.
Posted: Wed Jan 06, 2010 11:13 pm
Can I ask - does everyone change breakfasts daily? I tend to stick with porridge as I'm making that for us anyway and just change the fruit. I've tried wheatabix but she won't eat it. I don't like to give her toast and though she'll eat it till it comes out of her ears she tends to have bread later in the day.I only change Ollies just to give him a variety, cos i like variety with my breakfasts He has cornflakes and shreddies on occasion but prefers readybrek or weetabix..I tried him with proppa porridge once and omg, you should have seen his face
Posted: Wed Jan 06, 2010 11:16 pm
I use "real" porridge for Emily I have to confess to liking sugar on mine but won't put any on Emily's as I don't want her developing a sweet tooth and I make it with water! So goodness only know why she likes it. I do add some milk to hers to cool it and to increase her milk intake as I am struggling to get her to drink it,