What are you feeding your 1 yr old??

Melissa - posted on 07/16/2010 ( 81 moms have responded )

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My son just turned 1 July 5th. Doc says its time for table food all the time. No more baby food! Just curious as to what evryone is feeding there lil one (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Snacks..)Thanks!! & if you have switched your Lil one over to whole milk, does his/her poop smell Extra bad?? Almost sour? (Sorry, Tmi) :o)

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Lexi - posted on 07/26/2010

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My son has always really struggled with eating solid foods. We started trying cereal at 4 months but he wasn't successful at eating it until 6.5 - 7 months old. Due to that he's pretty behind on the more advanced solid food too. Just in the last two weeks he started refusing to let me help him eat the baby food but there was so little finger food that he ate well, I've been really worried about getting him a balanced diet. We do whole milk and formula. He drinks on avg 20 -30 ounces in 24 hours. He's getting better with the finger food now. Since that is all he will eat we have been experimenting a lot!

He now does really well with crackers (salt free), bread, rice puffs, any soft fruits. He goes nuts for fruit! I'm having trouble getting him to eat any veggies or meat to speak of. I get a few bites of baby food veggie/meat down him now and then. For protein he likes scrambled eggs with cheese, garden burgers, tofu, any type of cheese and he looooves beans! He does like tuna but wont eat it very often, maybe once a week. He looooves plain yogurt with a little flax, wheat germ or baby cereal mixed in, that's about the only thing he will happily let me spoon feed him! That's his breakfast most days.

Today he ate a pretty decent amount. Dry Cheerios and 6 oz of formula for breakfast, 8 oz watered down fruit puree instead of juice (I put about 1 ounce fruit to 3 ounces water) and 1/2 organic rice cake for snack, 3 oz fruit/yogurt smoothie and 6 oz formula for lunch, a few bites of my veggie mac n chz and 1/2 garden burger for dinner and some water to drink.


The challenge for me has been to find foods he can eat that don't have a bunch of added salt and sugar. He has bites of what we eat depending on what it is. I try to make him a salt free portion of whatever we eat if I can and I think he'd do well with it.

Kristen - posted on 07/19/2010

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I give my little guy (youngest of 5) pretty much everything you can think of just cut up. lots of choking hazards still so introduce slowly. Be careful of things with skin, or things that are too crispy. Great snack/meal idea: take piece of whole grain bread and flatten it. spread apple sauce and roll tight. cut into small pieces. easy finger food. You don't have to go any buy "baby snacks" at store. gets expensive. I even freeze drops of yogurt on wax paper and give one at a time. Nice for teething! Remember, big people food makes big people poo. Way more stinky than little people poo. That was the family friendly response...

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Tiana - posted on 07/26/2010

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My daughter turn 1 on July 5th also and I still give her baby food. She loves it but I also give her solid food. She loves raw veggies and fruit because she can hold them and feed herself. But if you give your kid celery you have to make sure you peel the striings off the back of them otherwise it could be bad. I also give her the gerber graduates baby food. Her favorite is the "lil' sticks". They are really soft like babyf food but she can hold it and it doesn't fall apart in her hand

Katie - posted on 07/26/2010

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my DD turned 1 on July 5th as well :) I still feed her some jarred baby food depending on what it is as I think that it really depends on how many teeth they have as well to what they should or shouldn't eat. She eats home made pancakes made with quinoa flour, LOVES yogurt, whole wheat toast,beans peas carrots cut up, sweet potato chunks, peaches, bananas mango etc..anything she can gum since she only has 4 teeth and 2 of those are only half in. I also feed her the graduates cereal bars as snacks, among other things. she doesn't take to whole milk well so i give her rice milk, which she likes better. i haven't had as much luck with that though as i would like, she doesn't drink much of it at a time.

Tammy - posted on 07/26/2010

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Well my twins boys just turned one on the 17th of July and I have been feeding them cherrios, and sliced carrots but cut into peices previous to thier first birthday. As long as you watch them and they arent having any trouble swallowing the food then you shoudl be okay. The whole milk does make your childs poop smell different and it also can constipate him or her...so at time I put about a teaspoon or two worth of prune juice in their bottle or sippy cup. I just tried green beans yesterday and they did okay with them but they were small peices, I even do the elbow macaroni but i cut them in half just in case because they tend to swell....soo what my doctor says is that you just should play it by ear in a sense because its all dependent on the child him or herself...but try and see and you will get what to give and what to give

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God that makes sense now about the poo really stinnking! I thought it was cos he wasnt having baby food but its only been the last couple of weeks and thats when he has started on cows milk and no formula! And OMG it stinks and your right its kind of sour!
For food I make up little risottos or spag bog and freeze them and then he has weetbix with fruit for breakfast and a sarnie for lunch - thank god no more bay jars cos they were expensive and he hates them now!

Wajiha - posted on 07/26/2010

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My one year old eats just about everything, as long as it's not too spicy. I give her rice, chicken, bread, spaghetti, french fries, whtever fruit she wants, cucumber, she likes raw tomatoes.... basically whtever i'm having. I've stopped giving her baby food since a month or so.

Moana - posted on 07/25/2010

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neyla is eating from the table since she is 6 month. and i dont think babyfood is bad. i still give her babyfood. but i like the german babyfood better. in the morning she is eating oatmeal, then little snacks like karots, brezel, cheese, for lunch dept. what i was cooking, if its nothing for her babyfood, watermelone etc. 30 min before she goes to bed babyfood and a bottle babymilk

Steph - posted on 07/25/2010

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personally i dont think baby food is bad, the jars you get as they age cater for your child[ at[ whatever age, my son is 1 tomorrow and he loves toast for breakfast, but will only eat baby food for dinner although i have changed to a older one with lots of lumps and he has to chew, he has juice with his dinner, and on cows milk between! he will eat mash with gravy on too when he wants too! just do whats right for you!

Rochelle - posted on 07/24/2010

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iv heard many things, what to do and what not to do..i think doctors have there own opinions on things..so just do what you think u should do. =)

Olga - posted on 07/24/2010

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oh my, my one year old eats everything - bread, cheese, all kinds of fruits, turkey burgers, veggies, avocado, soup, etc. She practically rips food out of my hands. Today I was making myself a burger, she started screaming and reaching for it. I almost dropped the burger trying to keep it away from her :)))

Sharian - posted on 07/24/2010

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My lil one just eats cereal for breakfast, her lunch and dinner choices depend on what she is in the mood to eat. Crackers or cereal for snacks.

Heather - posted on 07/24/2010

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i started my daughter at 10 1/2 months on milk and i just took her formula away and gave milk. she wasnt mad but she may get a 4oz bottle of formula in middle of night if she awake. she a year old now. and her poops smell alot worse

Diane - posted on 07/24/2010

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My 1 yr old gets just about everything....what we eat, stage 3, Gerber toddler meals (they look like tiny TV dinners). She loves Yo Baby and Yo Toddler yogurts too! She has 8 teeth but still isn't a fan of chewing so I am just careful to keep everything in very small pieces. She gets 3 meals a day and 8 oz of whole milk 3 x's a day. The milk transition was easy. I started at about 11 months and mixed formula and whole milk, increasing the milk weekly. She never had a problem with it. She rarely has snacks and only has water, no juice yet, if she seems thirsty.

Anna - posted on 07/24/2010

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Oh wow. My LO still breastfeeds 4-5 times a day. He wakes up, bf, play, eats pureed fruit and a farley's biscuit for lunch, bf, nap, bf, I try to give him veggies for dinner but he rarely eats more than 1 mouthful so I feed him somre more fruit, maybe some yogurt, then bf and bed. He sometimes wakes up during the night to bf too.
I just gave him some of my scrambled eggs yesterdary and he liked it so I'll keep trying that.
I haven't given him milk yet because he's still breastfeeding. I remember when I started ODS on chicken, his poos were FOUL.

Alicia - posted on 07/23/2010

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@ Ashley Fuhs.....My daughter often gets nappy rash and a really red bum when she is teethng I use Corn Flour on it and it clears up really well..Thought I might let you know so you could give it a try and see if it works for you as well....Good luck and plz let me know if it does :-)!!

Katie - posted on 07/23/2010

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Everything as long it not fish, spicy and peanut butter. If we eat any of that I buy stage three food for my son and the toddler stage just in case.

Nicole - posted on 07/23/2010

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My daughter weighed 7 lbs 1 oz and was 21 inches at birth. She now weighs 21 lbs 12 oz and is 30 inches. I don't remember what her percentile was but the Dr. is happy with her growth and that's all that matters.

Nicole - posted on 07/23/2010

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My daughter turned 1 July 6th. She has been drinking whole milk since she was about 10 months old. She has also been eating basically whatever my family and I eat since she started getting teeth. I just make sure that she has really small pieces to avoid chocking. She also LOVES the Gerber puffs and Gerber yogurts. If your child has teeth Have him/her try everything you eat just smaller bites and smaller portion I hope this helps you and god bless..

Jenelle - posted on 07/23/2010

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My daughter is 1 year and i still feed her baby food. I like to know how much she is eating and that way I know for sure how much she ate. She also feeds herself cut up fruits, meats, noodles, cheese and especially loves avocado.

Heather - posted on 07/23/2010

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i started my baby girl on whole milk at 10 1/2 months and now she loves it. she turn 1 july 17 and eat gerber graduates and table food. since she cant feed herself with a spoon i cut up the graduates dinner so she can feed with her finger and give her table food like mashed potatoes, greens bean, and bread and some other food but not much. try graduate cause they make a plate with meat for dinner and veg with it... their great

Hayley - posted on 07/23/2010

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My daughters birthday was 7-2 I try to feed her everything we eat pretty much. But she will have nothing to do with it. Good luck.

Marylou - posted on 07/23/2010

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My daughter just turned a year old on the 10th. She eats everything I do. She has 8 teeth. She eats gerber oatmeal or rice cereal or cherrios in the morning. Then a snack which is Cut up cheese, fruit bar, cut up grapes, bananas. Then lunch she like PP&J, bologna and cheese, grilled cheese. Then snack again usually the same or some gerber puffs. Then dinner is usually what we're eating she likes, Ham, Turkey, Chicken, Hotdogs, Kielbasa, peas, corn, green beans, potatoes, pork chops. You name it she's eaten it and likes it.

Chastity - posted on 07/23/2010

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Anything they can chew (soft foods like pasta, finely chopped veggies, soft meat, bread/toast..)my son loves scrambled eggs and pancakes, for breakfast or dinner! But use common sense- my son only has 4 teeth so I pay closer attention to making sure his food is easier for him for chew. Including the fact he would eat anything his little hands can get a hold of. As for milk, our Ped told us 2%...but at bedtime my son still likes half and half (half formula half milk). But I haven't noticed any unusual odor! Hope this helps some :]

Sheryl - posted on 07/23/2010

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My son also turned one on July 1st and he pretty much eats what we do, only really small bites. And yes his poop is stinkier, seems like it gets that way after table food is introduced. Watch for constipation and give him fruit (anything but bananas will help with any constipation)

Gabriella - posted on 07/23/2010

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My 1 year old eats baby porridge for breakfast, lunch will be grilled cheese or something else, snack usually whatever I can find to give her but mostly fruit, supper will be either stage 3 jar food in combination with steamed potatoes and veg plus some chicken or fish. I will sometimes give her some egg, but not an entire hard boiled egg or a full serving of scrambled eggs. I need to transition her slowly.



She still drinks formula, but I will slowly start switching her over to cow's milk once this formula is finished.

Paige - posted on 07/23/2010

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my baby LOVES fish, and as long as you are staying away from fresh tuna, shellfish, and stcking with the white fish ... you are doing fine. Talk with your Dr. if you'd like to reconfirm...but fish is full of healthy fatty acids and omega3. we're still nursing and doing fortified rice milk, but aside from that,she loves veggies, oats, whole grain pastas, scrambled egg whites, buckwheat pancakes with yogurt on them,sweet potato fries are her FAVE, she eats whatever I do most of the time, I have to force the fruit, she doesn't seem to care for the tart/texture.

Jenna - posted on 07/22/2010

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i never realy feed my son baby food as was trying to stop his weight gain. he seemed to put on weight far to easy i used to blend alot of our food up, so when i swtched him over to fingur food it was so easy. i found that he loved thoses organice carrot puffs and rusks. he is now 1 and has anything(except nuts) i belive he shud try everyhing coz u never knw what a child may like.
my sons faviorts are.... fish fingurs or veggie finguers with mash and he likes a good old curry not to spicy mind.
he snacks on breadstick and raisins, and as i cnt get him to drink our milk he has alot of yougerts

Ellie - posted on 07/22/2010

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Hey thats my lil girls birthday too! I feed her everything pretty much except raw fish and things like that. And i avoid juices and chocolate because of her teeth but everything else. She loves fries and sausage rolls and she is tiny tiny!

Ashley - posted on 07/22/2010

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Jacki, My son just turned 12 months and he does not eat with utensils either. It is way too early to be worried about that. I try to get him to use them, but he just ends up playing with them instead. He is still too young to understand what to do. I'm not worried about it. When he's ready he will let me know.

He eats some normal table foods like green beans, carrots, peas, corn, sweet potatoes, mashed potatoes, baked beans, bananas, peaches, apples, bologna, cheese, yogurt, cottage cheese, cereal, applesauce; however he is a very picky eater. Some days its a struggle to get anything down him. He is drinking whole milk, and it made his breath and poop smell horrible. His butt has also been very red. I have been putting Triple Paste on it and that is helping tremendously. The problem I have with him is that his poop has been very hard lately and I'm worried the milk is constipating him. I've heard that a little Karo syrup in the milk will help with this. Anyone else ever heard of this? I've been trying to give him more water and more vegetables, but it's hard when you have a picky eater!!!

Courtnee - posted on 07/22/2010

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I've been giving my daughter table food since she was 8 months because she had 8 teeth at 7 months. She eats everyting and anything.

Megan - posted on 07/22/2010

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My baby turned one today and I feed her pretty much whatever. She eats really well. I switched her to whole milk about a month ago. She is doing well with it and her BM's don't smell bad. She does have a very sore, rashy bottom but it's something that we have been battling off and on for a while and I don't think it's related to the milk.

Sarah - posted on 07/22/2010

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My 12 month old eats all table food and a ton of it even though she's only in the 5th precentile. Breakfast is usually 2 scrambled eggs with two sclices of cheese melted in, fruit, and a mini whole wheat bagel, Lunch is something like pasta with olive oil and parmersan cheese, turkey tofu or beans for protien, avacado, broccoli, dinner is usually what we have just cut up smaller for her. She is drinking cows milk now but still breast feeds quite a bit as well. She snacks through out the day on cheese, whole wheat gold fish, edmame, yougurt, she loves pirate booty veggie booty lol. Obviously we are trying to put some weight on her in a healthy way. She is by no means skinny or unhealthy looking, shes never been sick, shes just small.

Kelly - posted on 07/22/2010

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I have always had trouble feeding my daughter. She didn't want cereal until 7-8 months. She hated Gerber stage 3 and liked Earth's Best foods except the green veggies. With all that being said,she just turned 1 last week and I cook all her food. I use almost everything organic yep even the meats, dairy, butter, cheese, fruits and veggies. I found a few cookbooks for babies and toddlers that realy helped me with the transition. Breakfast: organic whole oats cooked(not instant) purreed with prunes( 3-4) and 1 steamed apple. Mix in processor and I may add 1 oz of organic pear juice to help keep it loose. Then I might add 1/5 of a banana or other fruitAt 9 months I took the dried oats and milled them to powder then cooked until she was able to chew better. snacks are Fage greek yogurt mixed with fruit puree like strawberry, blueberry and mango to help sweeten it (she loves it) or earth beast granola bars that are super soft and crumbles easily Lunch: I make this 6 veggie sauce which is crazy but she can't get enough of it with meatballs, dinner sandwich like grilled cheese with swiss, PB, or shaved ham and cheese grilled. I cook bean soup with the differnt beans the beans are soft and mushy and can feed herself. ANother meal is try make lasgna cheese mixture add chopped(very chopped) spinach and bake without the noodles and sauce.
I hope this helped.

Amber - posted on 07/22/2010

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My son has been eating all table foo since he was 9 months. he has been drinking whole milk since then too an using a sippy cup and no bottle since he was 7 months. Feed them whatever they can eat without choking on. If they can eat it why not?

Latisha - posted on 07/22/2010

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All of my little ones were eating table food around 8 months old. Pretty much whatever we eat, they eat. Just make sure you cut it into small pieces to avoid choking. The only time I make something different for baby is when we are eating salad or something like that, where they can not chew the food. For those occasions, I usually have diced fruit and veggies on hand, or maybe a gerber graduate meal or two. As for the whole milk, well it takes them a little while to get used to it, so yup the diapers will stink more, that will also happen with other foods as well.

Lucy - posted on 07/22/2010

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my daughte ris 1yr old and i give her cow and gate toddler milk and she also has normal milk the blue top, her poo does smell bad and somtimes its really bad and runny, but it depends on what you give them lol, my daughter eats normal food like adults do she loves roast dinners, mashed potatoe with spagati or beans, she has biscuits , she likes to hold food in he rhands and feed her self instead of us doin it for her, for her breakfast she likes jam on toast, sometimes we give her the jars of food but she dont seem to eat much of it dont blame her they look disgusting x

Jessica - posted on 07/22/2010

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My daughter turns 1 on the 29th, I started giving her "real" food at about 10 months. This was later then with my son (who will be 2 on the 24th) but my son had many more teeth then my daughter does. For breakfast we usually have eggs or yogurt with cheerios, she loves raisin toast too. Lunch is usually the biggest meal for us so she'll have pasta or chicken usually whatever is left over from adult dinner the night before and fruit. For dinner she has fruits or vegetables she really likes bananas which i slices into thin rounds and cut in half to reduce choking risk.
I have started to give her cows milk but she doesn't seem to like it much and it does cause her to spit up some, but she spits up with formula too still so I've been still trying to add more milk

Amy - posted on 07/22/2010

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I feed my son the same thing we eat.With the exception of spicy foods, he eats everything that I put on the table. I am just careful to give it to him in appropriate pieces. He really loves cooked carrots, hot dogs( cut them small and not in circles), and biscuits.

Julia - posted on 07/22/2010

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My son just turned 1 on July 8, he is still eating stage 2 baby food for breakfast, lunch, snak and dinner. I'm down to 2 pumpings a day so he still gets his bottles of breastmilk with each jar of baby food with maybe 1 bottle of formula a day- nestle good start stage 2. He wont touch table food and gags on stage 3 baby food. two bottom teeth and 4 top teeth have sprouted in the last month.

Cathy - posted on 07/22/2010

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Hi!!My daughter turned one on July 17th. She has been on only table food since she was like 8 months old. She eats eggs, cereal bars, yogurt, fruit, waffles for breakfast for lunch whatever my boys are eating, mac and cheese, chicken w sweet potatoes, ommelettes, turkey burgers, bbq chicken, all veggies pretty much everything I think it makes the children less picky eaters when you give table food at a younger age. yes my daughter also drinks whole milk and her poop has changed color and smell. :)))

Amanda - posted on 07/22/2010

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hey my daughter turned 1 on july 13th! she hardly ever eats baby food. only if i mix it with baby cereal. but she eats everything from mashed potatoes to roni and cheese to chicken and italian beef. she luvs all food! she has 4 teeth and more are on their way. she drinks whole milk and juice. her poop does smell sour sometimes. and its harder than before.

Krissy - posted on 07/21/2010

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@ jackie re utenciles dont worry my girly has moods whereshe only wants me to feed her she turnned 1 on the 8th. she other wise uses a spoon as she tryed to stab her self in the eye with a fork numerous times.i still give mushy food ie mashed potatoes and vegies- but in soft chunks.i have stoped giving my girl milk because she eded up with a red bum from dioreah about 1 month after i started her on it. now chesse and yogurt dose the same.her meats are cut up extra fine and she is given veggie spread istead of vegimite as it is yeast and glutin free forsandwiches im also trying peanut butter but her big bro 4.5yrold eats itand she hasnt had a reaction. i would just do wat you want to do and slowly add 'bigger' foods to hisdiet dont just stop with thebaby food. i find it a eaiser transition for them.

Michelle - posted on 07/21/2010

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Our son's share a birthday! I still breastfeed so no cow's milk for us. I also still puree freshly steamed fruits and vegetables. Now we try to make the puree a little thicker. Although it always has been thicker than store bought. We also incorporate more finger foods. One new thing at a time. The newest thing for him is whole grain bread. Just one slice takes care of a days worth of servings, but he never eats it all. Tonight for dinner I made some pasta (whole wheat tiny tiny star shapes you put in soups) with peas, diced carrots, and green lentiles. My boy loves green lentile. Good source of protein and easy to pick up. Other than that I just steam whatever we are having for a vegie that night and dice it up. He's never had corn but loves his greenbeans. Hope this helps. Have fun food is an adventure. Just remember to space it out to rule out allergies.

Christine - posted on 07/21/2010

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My daughter turned 1 July 7th. She eats Kix, Cheerios/Honey Nut Cheerios, or blueberry waffle (my husband's doing) in the morning. Minced hot dog or pb sandwich for lunch with a fruit cut up (usually peaches or pears, she is picky). Whatever we are having for dinner at dinner cut up. She LOVES meat, but if your little one is just coming off of baby food (mine vetoed baby food at 9 months) still with fully cooked veggies, breads, and pastas. As for snacks, she loves Goldfish, pieces of soft granola bar, Wheat Thins (a little advanced for the beginner), Cheerios (if she didn't eat them for breakfast), pieces of cheese, pretty much anything an adult would snack on.

Diane - posted on 07/21/2010

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Your son ean eat anything you eat except of course corn(cant digest) and tomotatoes

Deena - posted on 07/21/2010

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my daughter eats lots of different kinds of food. i cut it all into tiny bite size pieces. so far she's had friuts (apples, bananas, peach, cherries(pitted and skinned), watermelon, cantaloupe, and pears) veggies (cucumber (no seeds), potatoe, carrots, broccoli, green beans, peas). she's also had pasta, applesauce, nilla cookies, baby goldfish, cheerios, cheese, baby yougurt, mini-bagels, mini waffles, mini-pancakes, plain donut and corn muffins. as a treat, i;ve given her ice cream and mini-popsicles - which she LOVES. i got really lucky cuz she is an excellent eater. i have friends and family whose kids are very picky or just won't eat at all. best of luck to you. hope your son enjoys the table foods.

Melissa - posted on 07/21/2010

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Thank you for all the responses!! My son was on some table food before this post but not straight. I mainly wanted ideas on what to give him and I got tons from all of you! :o)

Julia - posted on 07/21/2010

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My daughter has been on non-baby food pretty much since she hit six months, as she's always refused to eat anything (except yoghurt) off a spoon, so she had to go straight onto solid foods.

She has toast and cream cheese and a few slices of banana for breakfast and her main meals will consist of something like pasta or boiled and chopped potato (with melted butter), eggs/poached fish (cod, haddock or salmon, usually)/prawns/chicken/minced beef with some peas or broccoli. Yoghurt or fromage frais for pudding. Her snacks are usually something like some fresh fruit (blueberries, bananas etc), dried fruit (raisins, dates etc), baby/toddler snacks (biccies/rusks) or a fruit puree pouch (great for on-the-go, as she sucks them straight out of the pouch!).

By the age of one, there's loads babies can eat, as long as things like the salt content aren't too high. If your son is used to purees, start him on things that he can easily mush up in his mouth, like well-cooked pasta, scrambled egg, peas/cooked carrot.

I haven't put her over onto cows' milk yet, but will start the transition soon as her first birthday is the end of this month.

Good luck!

Amy - posted on 07/21/2010

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my baby turned 1 on monday but she has been on table food for about 3 months as she had no interest in baby food and i put her on whole milk about 2 weeks ago again for the same reason and she has been so much happier and lively since being on it chloe gets a variety everyday she will even try to pinch daddy's food but i would say go with your gut feeling and what your baby asks for if they want baby food give it to them

Heather - posted on 07/20/2010

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Just because your doc says that you should stop giving your son baby food, doesn't mean that your son is totally ready for table food. Poop smells like poop, sometimes it's bad and sometimes, it's not, just depends on what they eat, not about the milk. My one year old baby girl isn't totally ready for table food yet. I will keep trying every few days, but she's not ready.

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