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What do you feed your 1-3 yr old? Ace of Bace 1 child; New Bern, North Carolina 1668 posts
Oct 21st '12

In general what does your kiddo eat? Do u give them fried food, sweets, healthy stuff only... Just wanna hear about other kids eating habbits

**Mommy to A.J. & Amber** 2 kids; New Paltz, New York 870 posts
Oct 21st '12

My son has been eating everything I eat from age 1 on up. He is now 3. He eats sweets, soda, fried food, veggies... whatever he feels like eating.

periwinkle~ 18 kids; Silly, Belgium 206 posts
Oct 21st '12

My 17 month old eats pretty much what we eat. If we're having something too greasy or too spicy, I make her something else, like soup or pasta, or an omelet.



I never give her dessert (I'm not against dessert in general, but I just feel that she's young and I want her to get used to healthy snacks before she develops a liking to sweets) and she rarely gets fried foods.



During the day, she snacks on fruit or vegetables. She loves apples, grapes, canteloupe, carrots, tomatoes, pears, strawberries, etc.)

Mommy of two (: 2 kids; Killeen, Texas 600 posts
Oct 21st '12
Quoting **Kiddy Kat**:" In general what does your kiddo eat? Do u give them fried food, sweets, healthy stuff only... Just wanna hear about other kids eating habbits"


Whatever we eat :) He's about to be 3. I try to stay away from fried foods and sweets unless its a treat or payday

usernametx Texas 19751 posts
Oct 21st '12

Started solids at 7 months. First year was just plain and all organic whole foods;
fruit
veg
chicken
fish
grains like couscous and amaranth and quinoa
He only drank breast milk until he started water at 9 months but didn't drink it regularly till after a year old. He also had herbal teas from maybe 10 months old.



After a year i added in home baking for snacks with spelt flour and sauces.
He was getting 3 meals and 3 snacks a day from 14 months - he would just pick things off my plate at meals and i'd leave a snack plate out to take whatever he wanted whilst playing. At 16 months he started drinking abit of cows milk aswel and around 18 months he started drinking smoothies. Around 22 months he started having watered down juice with meals.



After age 2 he got to have little pieces of chocolate. At 2.5 years he was given some candy and i let him have it and i bought store made cakes and he drank hot chocolate too. He only wanted his own bowl and serving of food since being 2.5. The sweet processed foods have increased from occasional to frequent between 2.5 yrs and turning 3 but we're moving back to a less processed diet.



This all reflects my own diet too and he's always had whatever i've eaten. The only difference is that prior to age 2.5 i used to eat junk food at night after he was sleep, but as i started eating it in the daytime so did he. We both need to be a little more healthy. I have IBS so i don't eat much stuff with a lot of bad fats or greasy food, but we do have fried fish and fries a couple of times a month. DS is allergic to MSG so he can't have some foods.

Kiss Kiss Bang Bang 2 kids; Toronto, Ontario 1984 posts
Oct 21st '12

They're 2.5 yrs and eat whatever we eat. They eat anything from Pizaa to pasta/friend rice/sausages/burgers/nachos to really healthy snacks like carrots/broccoli and cucumbers.

Kara-lynn Due July 21; 65 kids; Florida 2063 posts
Oct 21st '12

Breakfast: (pick one)
Eggs and yogurt
Eggs and fruit
oatmeal and fruit



Lunch:
Veggies and fruit



Dinner:
Whatever we eat. usually a protien, veggie, & rice.



we give puffs occasionally. other than that no processed sugar. No 'junk food' really, we give veggie sticks or goldfish sometimes. We mostly eat things made from scratch, rarely use boxed/processed foofs. Never canned.
She is 13 months & nurses on demand. Some days she nurses more than she eats and vice versa. we do not drink cows milk, but we do eat yogurt & cheese occasionally. she prefers veggies over fruit :)

Olive ♥ 1 child; North Carolina 4902 posts
Oct 21st '12

He's 14 months. I try to feed him healthy things only, with a very occasional treat. His favorite thing is cheese, so he eats a lot of that. He'll eat eggs, rice, oatmeal, frozen peaches, bread with strawberry jam, graham crackers, he loves the Gerber puffs. And he also eats everything I eat. So, pastas, chicken, stew, soup, cereal.. You get the idea haha. I just have a hard time getting him to eat vegetables.

**Mommy to A.J. & Amber** 2 kids; New Paltz, New York 870 posts
Oct 21st '12
Quoting Legendary Amanda:" Soda? OP: My daughter eats what we eat, but we don't give her fast food a lot, she's had mcdonalds ... [snip!] ... be 4 in Dec. She's never had soda or anything. She likes cold veggies and fruit so she gets a lot of that in her lunches. "


Yup soda... and the occasional sip of an energy drink if he asks. We eat McDonald's or fast food about once a week as well. And guess what... my kid dodn't die=] He is a healthy boy

Buzz and Almond Joys momm 2 kids; Albuquerque, New Mexico 12593 posts
Oct 21st '12

Pretty much anything. But usually no candy- my son has a nut allergy. If we are having fried chicken and Mac n cheese and broccoli- they have it too. If we're having salmon greebeans and a potatoe tey have it too. McDonald's- yup they get that too

**Mommy to A.J. & Amber** 2 kids; New Paltz, New York 870 posts
Oct 21st '12
Quoting Legendary Amanda:" Have you ever watched those Maury episodes where the kids are like 350lbs at 5, they all said the same stuff "He's healthy, he's just HUNGRY" lol "

LMFAO... My kid will never look like that. But thanks for the advice=] He is 3 years old, 39 inches and 32 lbs.

Kara-lynn Due July 21; 65 kids; Florida 2063 posts
Oct 21st '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting ** A.J's Mommy**:</b>" Yup soda... and the occasional sip of an energy drink if he asks. We eat McDonald's or fast food about once a week as well. And guess what... my kid dodn't die=] He is a healthy boy"</blockquote>




The effects of these choices show up later in life. our society as a whole is not healthy. Cancer, diabetes, obesity, the list goes on. these are resilts of what goes into our body (through food, chemicals, ect). To say he is'healthy' does not prove anything. Yes, he didn't die, because our bodies 'survive' even in sub par conditions.



we drink water only. Sometimes smoothies with fresh fruit as a treat :)

Olive ♥ 1 child; North Carolina 4902 posts
Oct 21st '12
Quoting ** A.J's Mommy**:" Yup soda... and the occasional sip of an energy drink if he asks. We eat McDonald's or fast food about once a week as well. And guess what... my kid dodn't die=] He is a healthy boy"

:shock: I'm sorry, but a child eating fast food that often is not "healthy".

SuperOvulator;♥ ;] TTC since Apr 2015; 2 kids; North Carolina 10017 posts
Oct 21st '12
Quoting ** A.J's Mommy**:" My son has been eating everything I eat from age 1 on up. He is now 3. He eats sweets, soda, fried food, veggies... whatever he feels like eating."


I actually agree with this.
The twins will be three next month, and they eat a little bit of everything.
I'm not gonna be the type to say "NO YOU CAN'T HAVE THAT IT'S NOT HEALTHY OMGGG IT'LL MAKE YOU FAT"



No. You teach them to enjoy all kinds of foods, in moderation.
We have days where we eat healthy and all, but we also have our days where I'm like "WOOHOO MCDONALDS DRIVE THRU!" :lol:



As far as soda, yeah, they have a few sips here and there, sometimes I even give them their own cup with it, but they drink the non-caffeine ones, and every now and then do they get sips of pepsi or mt dew.

usernametx Texas 19751 posts
Oct 21st '12
Quoting Legendary Amanda:" Have you ever watched those Maury episodes where the kids are like 350lbs at 5, they all said the same stuff "He's healthy, he's just HUNGRY" lol "


*fingers in ears* la la la i'm having soda and coookies



i want to LOL, but it's really sad :(