Menu for 10 month old

Sarah - posted on 01/12/2010 ( 19 moms have responded )

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Hi Everyone, just wanted to know what everyone is feeding there 10 month old at this time, just want to see how what I am feeding my baby compares to what others are...

thanks!!

Sarah - Calgary Canada

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Lulu - posted on 09/07/2013

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My 10month old daughters routine

730--Wake up...5oz bottle
815--Breakfast...fresh fruit with water and something different each day..toast,pancakes,Cheerios,cereal,oatmeal,muffin
10--5oz bottle
1030-12--nap
1230--lunch..1oz protein,(beef,chicken,turkey,fish,tofu),1oz carb(pasta,rice,lentil),2oz veggies ,1oz fruit for dessert with water
2--5oz bottle
3--snack..fresh fruit and water with something different each day..Cheerios,rice husk,puffs,arrowroot cookies,fishy crackers
330-430--nap
5-530--dinner...1oz protein,(beef,chicken,turkey,fish,tofu),1oz carb(pasta,rice,lentil),2oz veggies ,1oz fruit for dessert with water
530-6--5oz bottle
Power nap
8--yogurt with either Cheerios,rice husk,puffs,arrowroot cookies
830--bath routine
9--7oz bottle then bed for the night

Natalia - posted on 08/20/2013

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is it for real?!u can give a sauseges, hotdogs , jams, food with salt and sugar for 10 months old?!!!!im not suprised so many overweight kids or kids with a problems.thank you .

Lisa - posted on 01/17/2010

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Payton is 10 months old and eats everything we do. She has a 4 oz cup of formula with every meal and 2-6 oz bottles a day. The big thing is to cut all food into small pieces and she loves to feed herself.

Martha - posted on 05/26/2013

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My grandchild does not want to eat baby food, she is very picky. My daughter-in law is very concerned because she is not eating but wants to eat what's on our plate. What to do?

Sarah - posted on 01/15/2010

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V doesnt want to eat anything she cant feed herself! She loves cut up bananas and cooked carrots and broccoli. she also loves cheerios. We still breastfeed on demand. I do worry about iron now, as she wont tolerate mushy baby cereal anymore.

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Essie - posted on 08/28/2013

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Hi everyone I have a 9 month old boy and he has a ravenous appetite. A typical day for Alexander goes like this.

5:30 - 9:00 am
Breakfast
8oz bottle of soy milk with 2 tbsps cereal
Cream of wheat/oats/toast with Nutella
1 cup almond milk
1 1/2 cups of fruit
4 oz water


12 noon - 1:30 pm
Lunch
Beans, veg and meat with rice
1/2 cup fruit
3 shortbread/rosemary cookies
2 oz water
8 oz bottle with cereal

3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Snack
cheese/fruit/yogurt/jello
8oz bottle with cereal

6:30 pm
Dinner
Veg, sweet potato in beef stock and chicken
4 oz water
8oz bottle with cereal


Sometimes he has an extra bottle in between meal times. He is now 18lbs not a chubby child by any standard, his Dr. even said he was a bit under weight based on his height. But really what else can I do? I think he eats very well! Arrrrrgh! Frustrated!

Sarah - posted on 01/17/2010

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Thanks so much all you moms who responded with a menu for a 10 month old, I am about the same as most with the foods, but I got some good food ideas as some stuff I didnt think of trying to give my baby but now I will try it out!! Thanks!

Cortney - posted on 01/16/2010

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My 10 month old wakes up and has a 6-8 ounce bottle.. about 1 1/2 hours later she will have a full banana and a yogurt.. or a yogurt and oatmeal (same kind we eat, not baby)..
Then take a nap.. wake up and around 12 eat lunch which is some sort of finger food (pasta pick-ups, veggies, those gerber meat sticks) or a combination of all.. with another 8 ounce bottle and nap... then she will eat a snack when she wakes up of fruit or some sort of gerber snack.. then has dinner around 530 with us and what ever we eat.. with a 6 ounce bottle before bed...
3 bottles, 3 meals (she wont eat it unless she can feed herself.. with the exception of yogurt and oatmeal.. she loves it!).. and then 1 snack...

Michelle - posted on 01/16/2010

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hi my daughter has 3 7oz bottles a day for brekfast she has baby cereal or toast, mid morning she will have a rusk then for dinner she has whatever we have followed by a yoghurt, then she will have a milky bar, another 7oz bottle in the afternoon followed by a packet of crisps, for tea she will have pasta or mash n gravy or plenty veg follwed by another yoghurt, before bed she will have another 7oz bottle, she loves finger foods like sausage rolls, hotdogs etc. I also give hera beaker of juice or fruit shoot at all times to wash food down

Wendy - posted on 01/16/2010

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My 10 month old is still on formula... he gets one 6 ounce bottle when he wakes up, 15 minutes later he gets baby cereal mixed with fruit and a 4 ounce bottle of juice or water before he naps... again when he wakes up he gets another formula bottle and i give him a little bit of whatever i am having for lunch (chicken, sweet potatoes etc) and he finishes with a baby yogurt... when he wakes up from his last nap - he gets another formula bottle and a little bit of the dinner we are having (veggies, meat, rice or potatoes) I feed him out of my plate because he doesnt eat much its still pretty much the beginner try everything stage... he gets another bottle of formula or water before bed!

Julia - posted on 01/15/2010

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My 10 month old's menu includes all the same things I eat!



Breakfast- They usually have two from the following:

cut up fruit, omlettes, toast with jam or cream cheese or baby yogurt (their fave!), half a bagel, breakfast sausage, pancakes, waffles.



Lunch- Always a steamed veg and something easy..

hot dogs and hashbrowns, macaroni with garlic sausage or some kind of meat, leftovers..



Dinner- Usually more vegetables and..

spaghetti and meatballs

grilled chicken and french fries

pita bread pizza

chicken casserole



etc.

Kylie - posted on 01/15/2010

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my daughter who is 10 months old has everything we have... i now instead of making four meals i make 5 and she generally eats more then my other two children who are 3 and 2 almost 3 and 4

Dee - posted on 01/14/2010

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i still give bottles every 4 hours, and she stil has 1 in the middle of the night! and has three meals a day, weetbix.. lunch is either a pasta or tuna and pasta. she just had tuna, pasta, vegies and rice last night, and chocolate and banana custard for desert. hope this helps you with a menu for your 10 month old.

Lady - posted on 01/14/2010

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Daniela - posted on 01/14/2010

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If you are needing baby food recipes, check out this website. It's my bible and can give you a great menu for your 10 month old. www.annabelkarmel.co.uk

Lady - posted on 01/14/2010

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he has cereal for breakfast - either baby cereal or weetabix. toast or fruit as a snack later. for lunch he has either a jar or mashed up baby food i've made and frozen - i usually make a big batch or keep a couple of portions back from one of our dinners. then he has a little petit filous yogurt. bread stick and fruit in the affternoon and dinner is sort of the same as lunch but instead of a yogurt it's either pureed fruit on it's own or mixed with baby rice. he still has about four bottles a day as well one usually in the middle of the night. i'm lucky and he is a good eater the only thing i've dicovered he doesn't like is parsnips and he's not overly fond of bananas but will eat a little.

Simone - posted on 01/13/2010

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Menu for my 10 month old - My daughter has 3 bottles a day morning, lunch, dinner and pretty much eats whatever we have. I dont feed her any puree foods anymore and try to feed her healthy foods.She also likes to feed herself so anything you can cut into fingers is great.

Shelz - posted on 01/13/2010

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My daughter is still breast feeding... shes 9.5 months old, i will till shes 12 months old. But food wise she just pretty much eats what we eat but healthier and cut into finger food; she loves feeding herself, shes not a big eater though.

Tina - posted on 01/13/2010

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You know...I was going to ask for a menu for my 10 month old too. Here's what I'm doing:

7-8am: bottle (8 oz)

1 - 1 1/2 hrs later: either full container/jar of 2nd fruit mixed with 1/4 cup of oatmeal OR

1/2 jar of 3rd fruit mixed with 1/4 cup of oatmeal

10-11am: bottle (6 oz)



Then, he normally takes a nap that lasts about 1 1/2 hrs. When he wakes up, I continue with:

12:30-1:30pm: 1/2 container/jar of 2nd or 3rd vegetables and 1/2 container/jar of chicken, beef, turkey



About 1 hr after that, I give him another bottle - 6oz.

Between 2pm-4pm, I give him a snack (puffs or yougurt melts, or cut up grapes, watermelon, bananas).



4:30-5pm: bottle 6 oz.

6:30pm: he will usually finish the other jars/containers of food that he ate at lunch time

7:30-8pm: bottle 8 oz



Please don't take times and amounts to literal. Sometimes he might eat more, and sometimes he will eat less. Sometimes I will feed him more fruit depending on how much veggies he eats at lunch. Sometimes he doesn't need an early evening bottle. I try and play off of his cues. If he's dry and not tired and we've been playing, then I know he's hungry. So, depending on when he ate last and what that was, that will determine if he gets food or snack.



Solid foods I've been giving him:

Watermelon (cut up into small pieces)

Grapes (cut up into small pieces)

Bananas (cut up into small pieces)

Pasta (cooked in water and cut up in small pieces)

Potatoes (cooked in water and mashed up)

Corn, Peas, Green Beans (all steamed and mashed or cut up)

Ground Beef (browned and cut up)



He only has 5 teeth, so he can't really chew too much yet. The solid foods, he likes to feed himself so I just put it on his tray and he does everything else.



What kinds of foods are you feeding your 10 month old?

Sarah - posted on 01/17/2010

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Thanks so much all you moms who responded with a menu for a 10 month old, I am about the same as most with the foods, but I got some good food ideas as some stuff I didnt think of trying to give my baby but now I will try it out!! Thanks!

Julia - posted on 01/15/2010

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My 10 month old's menu includes all the same things I eat!



Breakfast- They usually have two from the following:

cut up fruit, omlettes, toast with jam or cream cheese or baby yogurt (their fave!), half a bagel, breakfast sausage, pancakes, waffles.



Lunch- Always a steamed veg and something easy..

hot dogs and hashbrowns, macaroni with garlic sausage or some kind of meat, leftovers..



Dinner- Usually more vegetables and..

spaghetti and meatballs

grilled chicken and french fries

pita bread pizza

chicken casserole



etc.

Kylie - posted on 01/15/2010

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my daughter who is 10 months old has everything we have... i now instead of making four meals i make 5 and she generally eats more then my other two children who are 3 and 2 almost 3 and 4

Dee - posted on 01/14/2010

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i still give bottles every 4 hours, and she stil has 1 in the middle of the night! and has three meals a day, weetbix.. lunch is either a pasta or tuna and pasta. she just had tuna, pasta, vegies and rice last night, and chocolate and banana custard for desert. hope this helps you with a menu for your 10 month old.

Daniela - posted on 01/14/2010

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If you are needing baby food recipes, check out this website. It's my bible and can give you a great menu for your 10 month old. www.annabelkarmel.co.uk

Simone - posted on 01/13/2010

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Menu for my 10 month old - My daughter has 3 bottles a day morning, lunch, dinner and pretty much eats whatever we have. I dont feed her any puree foods anymore and try to feed her healthy foods.She also likes to feed herself so anything you can cut into fingers is great.

Shelz - posted on 01/13/2010

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My daughter is still breast feeding... shes 9.5 months old, i will till shes 12 months old. But food wise she just pretty much eats what we eat but healthier and cut into finger food; she loves feeding herself, shes not a big eater though.

Tina - posted on 01/13/2010

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You know...I was going to ask for a menu for my 10 month old too. Here's what I'm doing:

7-8am: bottle (8 oz)

1 - 1 1/2 hrs later: either full container/jar of 2nd fruit mixed with 1/4 cup of oatmeal OR

1/2 jar of 3rd fruit mixed with 1/4 cup of oatmeal

10-11am: bottle (6 oz)



Then, he normally takes a nap that lasts about 1 1/2 hrs. When he wakes up, I continue with:

12:30-1:30pm: 1/2 container/jar of 2nd or 3rd vegetables and 1/2 container/jar of chicken, beef, turkey



About 1 hr after that, I give him another bottle - 6oz.

Between 2pm-4pm, I give him a snack (puffs or yougurt melts, or cut up grapes, watermelon, bananas).



4:30-5pm: bottle 6 oz.

6:30pm: he will usually finish the other jars/containers of food that he ate at lunch time

7:30-8pm: bottle 8 oz



Please don't take times and amounts to literal. Sometimes he might eat more, and sometimes he will eat less. Sometimes I will feed him more fruit depending on how much veggies he eats at lunch. Sometimes he doesn't need an early evening bottle. I try and play off of his cues. If he's dry and not tired and we've been playing, then I know he's hungry. So, depending on when he ate last and what that was, that will determine if he gets food or snack.



Solid foods I've been giving him:

Watermelon (cut up into small pieces)

Grapes (cut up into small pieces)

Bananas (cut up into small pieces)

Pasta (cooked in water and cut up in small pieces)

Potatoes (cooked in water and mashed up)

Corn, Peas, Green Beans (all steamed and mashed or cut up)

Ground Beef (browned and cut up)



He only has 5 teeth, so he can't really chew too much yet. The solid foods, he likes to feed himself so I just put it on his tray and he does everything else.



What kinds of foods are you feeding your 10 month old?

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