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    What kinds of food to you feed your little one. What's their typical feeding schedule
    An_262058 posted:
    My daughter and 10 MO grandson just recently moved in with me. My concern is that he may not be getting enough to eat but sometimes he's just not hungry. I'd like to see what others are feeding their little ones and what is their typical feeding schedule.

    ashleydoan responded:
    Hi! I have an 11 MO son and have been feeding him this schedule for a while now:

    7am - 7oz bottle
    10:30am - 3.5oz food pouch & 5oz bottle
    2:30pm - 3.5oz food pouch & 5oz bottle
    5:30pm - solid food (usually around 4-5 oz worth) & water
    7:30pm - 7oz bottle

    We are starting to transition him into more solid foods and slowly getting away from the bottle. For instance, in the morning we started doing eggs and blueberries with a 4oz bottle (in a sippy cup). It seems like my guy is always going through a growth spurt and wanting to eat more and more so I play with amounts, but keep a lookout for how hard his tummy is getting so as not to overfeed him.

    Good Luck

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