What is your 9 month old's daily diet?

Ashley - posted on 04/22/2010 ( 81 moms have responded )

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Give me like a sample menu of what you feed your 9 month old starting with breakfast and going thru to dinner or bedtime bottle. I need some new snack and food ideas for my 9 month old's diet.

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Stacey - posted on 04/28/2010

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My daughter has a bottle at bout 8 then a sleep and sometimes it is 10 before she has breakfast too. But she also doesnt normally have her lunch until about 2. I rather do it all a bit later otherwise there is too big a gap inbetween her meals and she gets cranky

Jean - posted on 04/28/2010

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i need help, my girl is 9 monts and 2 weeks, i would like to know what time you give breakfast. sometime i give her breakfast at 10h00 i stiil breastfeed her at 8h00.

it's ok or not

Geneva - posted on 04/28/2010

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bkfst: 1/2 cup fruit baby food mixed with baby cereal and dry cheerios.

6oz bottle formula before am nap

lunch: veggie baby food, cheese, bits of whatever we are eating (rice, chicken, bread, etc)

6oz bottle formula before afternoon nap

Dinner-veggie baby food, bits of whatever we are eating-last night was his first time eathing spaghetti, he LOVED it but very messy!

6-8oz bottle before bed

breastfeed if he wakes up during night (he refuses to breastfeed during the day, my milk supply has gone way down after I went back to work).

Ashley - posted on 04/28/2010

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My 9 month old has not one tooth and I was told by somebody she could still eat chicken that we have for dinner. How's that? I just give her the chicken dinner baby food.

Jennifer - posted on 04/28/2010

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My son has a vegetarian diet, but on an average day...
Breakfast: wheetabix, porridge or scrambled egg with some kind of fruit
Lunch: Generally try to get some protein in or carbs so he either has a lentil recipeor pasta recipe with mini rice cakes or bread sticks
Dinner: veggies, might have a small amount of cheese and fruit
He has 3 bottles of formula, generally his mid day formula is from a beaker. He also is offered water at every meal, but is still very inconsistent with the amount he drinks.
One point for one of the entries... bananas tend to cause constipation in babies, so if your baby is having bananas every day, this could be the cause of her constipation. try pears or sweet potatoes with her as they naturally ease constipation.
I use a lot of the recipes from both Gina Ford and Annabelle Karmel, both have meal planners as well!

Jenni+shane - posted on 04/28/2010

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this is example of my 9 month old's diet but it changes every day as i like give her vary she loves her food. even though she does she not putting on much weight so we going back health centre for check up just make sure she ok. was told by them over phone at this age their weight can slow down on putting weight so hoping it is just that.



breakfast : bottle and weetbix with fruit

morning snack : toast with vegmite of cream cheese she loves it

bottle

lunch: yohgurt or custard with fruit water for drink

snack cheese sticks and water

bottle

tea :chicken and mixed veg and rice with gravy or cream cheese she loves gravy

Jodi - posted on 04/28/2010

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My 9 (nearly 10) month old baby girl has eaten solids since 5 mths and weaned herself off breastfeeding at 8 mths she has always been a good eater and this is how a normal day of meals goes with her (keep in mind that she is a petite 8kg 00 baby who's nearly walking) :
Breaky - 3 weetbix or double serve of farex fruity muesli with full cream milk and a dash of boiled water and 2 fingers of white toast with margarine and vegimite/promite.

Lunch: 2-3 120g tins of custard/pureed fruit or yogurt or home made reduced sugar jelly with fresh pear set into it. ( i try to avoid fresh banana as it constipates her a little)

Afternoon snacks: she has a sippy cup with water in afternoon but chews on it rather than drink as she has no teeth yet.
Frozen apple wedges x 2
Watermelon skins with less than 1cm of pink bit x2
Cruskit crackers smeared with avacado x1
Cheesesticks (processed) if we are out and about x1

Dinner: A medium size bowl of pureed vegies (about 1 cup) and the older she gets the less i puree them it has potato, pumpkin, brocolli,capsicum,zucchini and i put in frozen pre packaged peas corn and carrot which i leave whole. When i can i add mince beef or ripped up chicken breast. She does love a bowl of 'shepard's pie' whenever i make it and we do let her try lot's of different textures and flavours but this diet keeps her happy for now.
Treats: the only treat she has is hot potato chips when we are out

She was a very good feeder as a breast fed baby but now she only has 1 bottle of formula per day at bedtime (8pm) and she sleeps through until 8-8.30am.
p.s when i don't have time to cook her fresh vegies she has jars of meat and veg approx 1-2 nights per week, i find that when i freeze them they just aren't as nice. I hope this was helpful as i took a few notes reading all the replies you have had it was a great question!

Cristina - posted on 04/27/2010

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Not sure if you ladies know of this website but i love it! Its called wholesomebabyfood.com They have great recipes and i find that my daughter loves them! :)

TERRY - posted on 04/27/2010

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usually they take interest in what you are doing like when they see you eating something, doesn't he watch you?

Monika - posted on 04/27/2010

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My daughter is a late born in July she will be nine months in 2 days but I found a lot of the ideas interesting and am storing them away for future.

Breakfast organic adult oatmeal with fruit (usually fresh banana and something else, I have lots of fruit purees in the freezer to choose from). I make it for both of us.

She gets a bottle/boob in between breakfast and lunch. =P

Lunch is some baby food meal I have in the freezer with finger foods like cheese, plain cheerios, tomatoes, cucumbers, mango, peaches, puffed wheat (we just started that) and muffins.

Sometimes a bottle in between sometimes not.

Lunch is a supper baby puree, lamb and lentils, or beans and rice or chicken with one of the many veggie purees I have. Its always different everyday.

We started giving her spaghetti when we make it but its a snack thing but she liked the noodles and the meat.

My daughter has started to wake up every four hours the past couple nights hungry so she gets lots of formula/breast milk at night. I swear I can actually see she has grown more everyday especially her hair. Today I thought "wow you are such a big baby now".. She is like a tomato plant she only grows at night I swear =P

I believe I was told I could give whole eggs to Elise at nine months, so I am waiting to try scrambled eggs on her since the egg yoke concept the nurse told me about hasn't really been successful.

Seema - posted on 04/27/2010

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My daughter has a similar menu:

Wakeup - 5 oz bottle
8:30 - cereal (maybe 1 tbsp w/ 1 tbsp fruit)
11:30 - 6 oz bottle
1:30 - 1 tsp cottage cheese w/ veggie or fruit and rice puffs
3:30 - 7 oz bottle (usually only drinks about 3-4 oz)
5:30 - couple of tbspn veggie with 1 tbspn fruit
7:00 - 8 oz bottle

She isn't too interested in food. She could go the whole day and not eat and still sleep through the night but if she hasn't had her formula then she is guaranteed to wakeup.

Jeanette - posted on 04/27/2010

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everyone's baby is different in how much they eat - if they are healthy and gaining then they are getting enough - i was having trouble getting onto a good schedule with solids and formula recently and found the sample menus posted on the American Academy of Pediatrics website to be a helpful guide

Genia - posted on 04/27/2010

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I try to mix it up and expose her to a lot of food. Here's an example -

Breakfast - cut up strawberries, water, and some plain whole milk yogurt
Lunch - brown rice noodles, canned (no salt added) tomatoes and cubed chicken, all mixed together and seasoned with a bit of Italien seasoning. oh, and water.
Dinner - whatever we're eating...for instance, when we had chicken fajitas she had cut up chicken and cooked bell peppers. When we have breakfast burritos she has scrambled egg yolks and some cubed potato and ground sausage, etc.

Ocassionally she'll have a baby mum-mum cracker or some freeze-dried fruits or veggies as a snack while we're out and about too. She always drinks water with meals and breastmilk in between. HTH!

Stacey - posted on 04/26/2010

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My 9 month old daughters routine is as follows:

Breakfast 1-2 weatbix with formula and water
Lunch Veggies and water
Dinner Meat and Veggies with custard or Yoghurt to follow

She has small snacks during the day such as, fruit, bread, biccies and the baby sticks

Shandi - posted on 04/26/2010

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my baby wont eat any food besides formula. HELP!! It is so frusterating we are trying everything. if we put food up to his mouth he puts his hands up and crys

Hayley - posted on 04/26/2010

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wow, i feel like i am underfeeding my daughter reading everyone elses 9 month old diet. but she is big and healthy, certainly don't look like she's missed out on a meal anyway. My daughters menu is usually something like as follows:



Breakfast: 180ml formula milk, weetbix or iron enriched cereal with milk or fruit.

AM-Snack: water, half a cruskit with vegemite and cheese.

Lunch: 180ml formula milk, 170g pureed fruit or desert varieties, 2 prunes

PM-Snack: water, 1 arrowroot biscuit or baby rice cake, grapes

Dinner: 180ml formula milk, 170g puree meat/vege combo or pasta and sauce, and finger held food of whatever i may be eating if suitable. Eg: chicken, pumkin, carrot, lamb, etc



Then 240ml formula milk before bed.

Plus extra water when she seems thirsty or hot.

Gail - posted on 04/26/2010

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Nicolle,,, dont worry he will get there,,, give him lots of finger foods to try, my sons not the biggest eater and i cant always get my son to have 3 meals a day but do make sure i provide finger foods and let him try things off your plates to.

Its took a while but now my son will have half a weetabix for breakfast, afterwhich i usually have some toast so give him a soldier to have a munch at.

sucessfull meals in the last couple of weeks.

Chicken dish - cooked in foil in the oven along with potatoe, carrot, sprouts, mange toute, mushroom. I still blend this slightly so looks stodgy but he seems to like it.

Scambled eggs.

Shreaded pork along side mashed potatoe and peas

Tinned Samon and mashed potatoe. (separate)

Cauliflour Cheese - did use a baby cheese sauce.

Cheese sandwich with bits of tomatoe.

To be honest i make it up as i go along. In the past mixed different veg but he doesnt want that any more so its back to the drawing board. Where possible trying to give him what were eating. I freeze small pots of veg and even the mashed pototoe so its easy to get out and mix and match.

Snakes during the day - fruite, organic buiscuits, carrot sticks etc..

Brogan - posted on 04/26/2010

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little one not putting on weight quickly at all - very active tho.. encouraged to give her lots!

8am bottle
9am - small breakfast puree or toast
11.45am bottle
12pm lunch - fruity rice cake, fromage frais, cheese s.wich, fruit puree, dried apricot
5pm dinner - rice cake, diff. purees (not doing well with lumps...) i.e. chicken, veg soup, veg & cheese sauce... followed by fruity pudding & yog & biscotti baby biscuit
7pm bottle

feel like we're stuck in a wee rut but its hard to find stuff she'll happily eat... due to hubbys shifts theres not usually fresh food cooked every night because i cba going to all the trouble for just me!♥

Jolene - posted on 04/26/2010

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My 9 month old son's diet:
Baby oatmeal with fruit baby food mixed in
Whole Milk (Dr said it was ok because he won't drink formula or breast feed anymore)
Snack of cheerios
lunch: 2nd foods protein baby food and vegetable
some afternoon snacks he likes: cut up grape tomatoes and baby spinach leaves, crumbled cheese (it comes in a package I think it's by Kraft), cut up fruit (Usually Banana or Grapes), Gerber graduates freeze dried banana and strawberry.Gerber Graduates cereal bars (the twisted 2 flavor ones are his fav)
For dinner we try to give him what we are eating hamburger goes over really well. Sometimes I cook the frozen carrot chips add butter and mash them with a potato masher.
He has Milk and water when ever he is thirsty.

Nicolle - posted on 04/26/2010

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My Son doesn't like eating yet. He will have a spoon full of food, then thats it. Ive tried everything, all types of food, all textures and temperatures. Nothing seems to work, when will my son eat real foods?

Diane - posted on 04/26/2010

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I'm from Stockholm, Sweden, Here's my menu for the day.
Breakfast: gruel 180ml or baby cereal/Porridge. Then he eats some of our breakfast like musli or corn flakes (dry), raisins, bread with butter (cut into bite size). This is for him to train on his thumb-finger coordination, sometimes banana, on weekends we all have pancakes, but always followed by his bottle of milk/gruel.

Lunch: Pasta (lots of it), shell pasta, ribbon, penne, with lots of parmesan. Since he's at the crawling and learning to stand and walk stage, he needs lots of carbs. I'd cut cherry tomatoes into half, and lots of parmesan. sometimes with green peas and small carrot bits. Sometimes, i mince chicken meatballs with apples/mangoes/Parsley/onion, drench in flour and pan fry. He loves to eat food which he can hold it himself.
I give him drink plain water with a bit of orange juice in it.

afternoon nap: he takes a bottle of milk before he naps.

snacks: bread stick (grissini), rice biscuits or wafer biscuits with water. Sometimes, i make muffins or sponge cake. (yes, contains sugar)


Dinner: he'll eat whatever we eat, just smaller portion and bite-size. Today, we're having beef stroganoff with rice. So i guess he'll be eating that too.

Nikole - posted on 04/25/2010

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breakfast: 1 bannana, 1/4 cup of cheerios, formula
snack(puffs)
lunch: gerber foods, peachs, water
snack( gerber cheese puffs
dinner: what ever i eat
formula before bed

Suzi - posted on 04/25/2010

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I have had a lot of trouble with food for my 9 month old girl she started well then went of it and now hates anything too different unless she can pick it up in her fingers, but sometimes that is just a taste and throw it across the room! She eats weetbix or porridge for breakfast sometimes some pears (I offer her pears at most meals as she gets quite constipated and i think they help.) I've offered her fish fingers cut up into little piece for her too feed herself, Pasta, cheese. Just simple plain foods. Sometimes we'll give her a piece of meat to chew on and she seems to like that but won't eat pureed foods with meat in them. She doesn't seem to like any baby foods aside from her banana porridge which she gets for dinner so she is full enough to sleep well. If she doesn't eat a lot I always fill her up on Yoghurt or porridge at all meals. the rest of the time we just give her things off our plates to try. Sweet potato chips often make good snacks. We are going to try some baked beans and tinned spaghetti too (ones with no sugar)
Other nice snacks are Veggiemite on toast and houmous on rye crackers (or any crackers) Avocado is yummy and full of goodness..you can either mash it of cut it into finger size pieces.
She drinks a lot of water from a sippy cup and is also BF at random throughout the day. somedays its all day sometimes only 3 times. It all depends on how she is feeling, she has 6 teeth already and looks like another 4 ready to come through so she needs all the comfort she can get!

Jessica - posted on 04/25/2010

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My son just turned 9 months too and is short on teeth (2 bottom in and 4 top slowlyyyy coming in). He is still on all baby jarred foods. His day typically runs as follows:

Breakfast: 4.5 oz fruit and grain combo

Lunch: 4.5-5 oz veggie, veggie combo

Dinner: 4.5-5 oz meat and something

He takes between 4-5 7oz bottles a day.

We put out a sippy cup but he isn't the most interested in it. A few scattered sips then he throws it. Similar situation with snacks. We give him MumMums, flavored puffs and yogurt puffs. He can pick them up and stick them in his mouth but he rarely eats them. He likes to chew it up and spit it out (then proceeds to smear the mess around:) ) I'm sure as the month progresses he'll get a bit more adventurous with "real" food.

Janet - posted on 04/25/2010

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Oh ya....she is just getting in her 2 bottom teeth just in the last week...they're barely showing and she just gums up everything she eats!

Jade - posted on 04/25/2010

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wow, i feel like i am under feeding my 9 month old. he just turned 9 months but he is still primarily on baby food. usually cereal and fruit in the morning then 2 jars for lunch (protein and veggie) with yogurt too, then veggie and fruit for dinner with around 2-3 bottles a day. however, he is a big healthy boy!! i think i've been hesitant on any table food due to the fact he has only one tooth so far. maybe i'm just too much of a worry wort!

Janet - posted on 04/23/2010

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Breakfast;
2-4 tablespoons of baby cereal
fruit (either canned/fresh or jarred)
2% plain (not vanilla) yogurt
water in a sippy cup
Snack;
baby mummum, cheese
water
Lunch;
usually baby food meat/veggie mix for 8mo and up
another vegetable
Whole wheat toast usually only a quarter to a half a piece plain
water
Snack (if she seems hungry)
sweet potato puffs or farley biscuit or fruit
water
Dinner;
usually what we're eating and if she's not a big fan of it
more mixed grain baby cereal
vegetables and fruit
water
She nurses once in the morning and then usually 3 bottles of formula throughout the day

Nora - posted on 04/23/2010

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A typical day for my 9 month old, he doesn't always eat everything served

Breakfast:
1/2 banana, approx 30 cheerios,1/4 dry baby cereal mixed w/ formula, formula in a sippy cup
AM snack:
container of yogurt, 1/4 cup fruit (puree or chunks), mum mum biscuit, water
Lunch
differs everyday (stir-fry, pasta casserole, sandwich cut up in to fingers,), with fruit and a digestive cookie
PM snack:
3 tbsp cottage cheese with diced peaches, rice puffs, water
Dinner:
my son generally has what we are eating
Chicken, roast beef or pork, fish, hamburgers
veggies and potato, pasta or rice
Right before bed he gets another bottle

Vicki - posted on 04/23/2010

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Pear for breakfast. Lunch we were out and he was more interested in playing but he did munch on a bit of bread. Dinner hasn't been decided yet, probably some leftover pasta, might give him a bit of broccoli too. Maybe a few grapes as they're on the table. Lots and lots of boob all the time.

Claire - posted on 04/23/2010

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Breakfast:
Whole Wheat Eggo Waffle... he usually only eats half of it
1 or 2 cut up strawberries
water
Lunch:
cheese
canned veggie mix
bread
water
Dinner:
Small portion of whatever we're eating (pasta, chilli, shredded chicken, whatever)

For Snacks he usually eats crackers, bananas, mixed fruit...
He refuses to eat baby food anymore, so we just give him small, cut up portions of real food.

Bronwyn - posted on 04/22/2010

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don't know if i've got anything new, but here goes:

breakfast:

- 2tsp fruity farex

- 1/4-1/2 cup fruit (i use tinned pie fruit)

lunch

- 1/8 cup protein (pork or chicken at the moment)

- 1/4 cup vegies (usually pumpkin and sweet potato)

- tin baby custard

snack

- remainder of tin of baby custard; or

- cheesie; or

- fruit; or

- milk arrowroot biscuit

dinner

- 1/2 cup vegie and meat combo (chicken, creamed corn, carrot and brocolli)

- various desert style tins



I cook all my own meat and vegies, and was doing fruit for a while but find it much easier to use the tinned combinations as she gets more variety than what I can cook. I have allergies to dairy, so can't make my own fruit custards or creamed rice dishes, which is why i find tins easy.

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9 month old diet -

8:30am Breakfast:

1/2 weetabix with mashed banana and whole milk

12:00pm Lunch:

Mashed potato and parsnip with chopped ham, plus small yoghurt

Afternoon snack:

Rice cake and apple sticks

5:30pm Dinner:

Baby chowder (1/2 small onion chopped and fried in unsalted butter, steamed potato, carrot and sweetcorn, 25g grated cheddar, 2 tbsp whole milk - blend the lot together - delicious) plus blended peas for a bit of green veg.

Bit of orange and apple for dessert.



Bottles at 7am (210ml), 9am (60ml), after lunch (120ml) and before bed (6:45pm, 210ml).

Anuradha - posted on 05/04/2010

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My baby boy is 9 and half months and this is his daily diet -

This one is going to be a little different as it is from India :-)

Breakfast - Wheat Orange cereal (Nestle) / Heinz Oatmeal/ Apple cherry (nestle) with a fruit (papaya/Bananna/Pear/Apple)

Mid morning - Britannia Marie biscuits / Farley's rusk with milk

Lunch - Rice/lentils mixed with 5 different veggies and fish every alternate day

Snack - biscuits/rusks

Dinner - Indian bread with milk and bananna / Heinz dinner (cheese/cauliflower/bracolli) or mixed veg puree



I also feed him Nestle Naan 2 formula 2 - 3 times a day 3 - 4 oz depending on his mood. And water 4 oz throughout the day.



Hope this helps!

Tamara - posted on 05/01/2010

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my son turned 9 months yesterday, he got five teeth in past week so he wanted to chew on everything. His usuall menu is rice cereal with some mashed bananas at breakfast, random veggie baby food from a jar for lunch with a small amount of cereal if he still acts hungry, and one of the stage three baby foods for supper, or if he likes it i will processes whatever we are eating and let him have it, So far i have found that he loves slices of bread, cheerios, tiny pieces of cheese, pretty much anything I'm eating he wants to try and if i don't let him try it he won't cry he'll scream momma bo da and try to climb over me to get it

Heather - posted on 04/30/2010

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My daughter is still mainly eating the Gerber baby foods, because we get them for free:P But I'm trying to introduce more other foods as well. So far her daily menu is something like this though (amounts are all approx.):



Breakfast:

+ 1/2 cup oatmeal (mixed with a little formula), with 1/4 cup fruit added (apple, pear, prunes, peaches, etc.)

+ 2 oz. bottle apple juice (doctor recommended for constipation)



Lunch:

+ YoBaby yogurt w/ a little oatmeal mixed in

+ bottle of formula (she usually finishes about 3 oz.)



Dinner:

+ 1/4 cup Barley or Rice cereal (mixed with water or formula)

+ 1 Tbsp each of 2 kinds of vegetables (one green and one colored. Like peas/carrots or yams/green beans)

+ 1 Tbsp meat (I get the Beech Nut beef or chicken). She doesn't like the meat by itself, so I mix it into the veggies a bit.

+ 3 oz. water



Snacks: gerber graduates snacks: cheese puffs and yogurt bits



Formula: she also gets bottles of formula throughout the day as she wants them and mostly still to get her to fall asleep>< She usually drinks about 5-6 oz at a time and has about 5 bottles a day.



Hope this helps with your 9 month old's diet :P

Jeni - posted on 04/29/2010

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My son has severe allergies to dairy proteins and egg so..

7am morning bottle

8am apple and cereal or fruit

12pm vegetables with meat and sauce or

canned food

2pm Bottle

3pm snack, raisins of organic biscuits

6pm Dinner Leftover lunch or canned or pour through sauce

(eats some of our veges or a hunk of meat also)

7pm Bottle



SNACK IDEAS (for non allergic bubs)



mini meatballs,

mini muffins (make a batch and freeze them)

grated cheese

Yogurt

Raisins or dried fruit

Luncheon

cut up fruit or slightly softened vege sticks

rice crackers



Hope some of these help your 9 month old's diet :)

Lana - posted on 04/29/2010

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Do you all give your babies their bottles at the same time as their meal?? I give my daughter who is 9 months today an 8oz bottle with some cereal in it when she wakes up at 8, then at 10am a jar of baby breakfast food, like fruit and grain or oatmeal or something of sorts (she just recently stop liking rice cereal of all flavors from a spoon) then a 6oz bottle at Noon and lunch at 2pm which is either a jar or two of baby veggies or apples and chicken or something of sorts then bottle at 4, snacks would be biter biscuits, frozen waffles, fruit, veggies, baby puffs, cottage cheese, whatever is on hand.. and then another bottle at 630 ish, dinner is whatever we are eating or a jar of sweet potatos and turkey and a jar of fruit if we're eating something too seasoned for her. Then her nighttime bottle (8oz) and off to bed at 9:30.



Thank you ladies for all the ideas for a 9 month old's diet!! I am going to try some of these new things!

Jenni+shane - posted on 04/28/2010

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this is example of my 9 month old's diet but it changes every day as i like give her vary she loves her food. even though she does she not putting on much weight so we going back health centre for check up just make sure she ok. was told by them over phone at this age their weight can slow down on putting weight so hoping it is just that.



breakfast : bottle and weetbix with fruit

morning snack : toast with vegmite of cream cheese she loves it

bottle

lunch: yohgurt or custard with fruit water for drink

snack cheese sticks and water

bottle

tea :chicken and mixed veg and rice with gravy or cream cheese she loves gravy

Hayley - posted on 04/26/2010

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wow, i feel like i am underfeeding my daughter reading everyone elses 9 month old diet. but she is big and healthy, certainly don't look like she's missed out on a meal anyway. My daughters menu is usually something like as follows:



Breakfast: 180ml formula milk, weetbix or iron enriched cereal with milk or fruit.

AM-Snack: water, half a cruskit with vegemite and cheese.

Lunch: 180ml formula milk, 170g pureed fruit or desert varieties, 2 prunes

PM-Snack: water, 1 arrowroot biscuit or baby rice cake, grapes

Dinner: 180ml formula milk, 170g puree meat/vege combo or pasta and sauce, and finger held food of whatever i may be eating if suitable. Eg: chicken, pumkin, carrot, lamb, etc



Then 240ml formula milk before bed.

Plus extra water when she seems thirsty or hot.

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