Today I’m sharing a look into a day of what Hunter eats now at 15 months. The last time I shared his munchkin meals was when he was 8 months old. Things have changed a bit now! Thanks for hosting munchkin meals Brittany!
Breakfast (around 8am) almost always starts with custard oat or eggs. Yesterday we went with eggs. I scrambled chopped mushroom with 4 eggs and topped with shredded cheddar. We split that in half, so Hunter had 2 eggs + a piece of whole wheat toast with a little butter and my low sugar blackberry jam.
After he ate that he still wanted some food so we split a bowl of applesauce from the canning weekend. His way of asking for more is repeatedly chapping and saying ‘more more more’. Pictured below. 🙂
He took a bit of a longer morning nap and woke around 12:45pm so lunch happened close to 1pm. Leftover whole wheat pasta with mushrooms, onions, light tomato sauce and mozarella cheese, cottage cheese, a little bit of pork roast and halved grapes.
“Mom give me the fooooooood!”
He was a very happy boy. Messy with that spoon, but he had a good time.
This was all that was left after lunch.
About an hour later he kept asking for a banana (he could see them easily), so I plopped him in his chair and he ate 1.5 of them. Guess he was still hungry!
Dinner happened around 5:30pm shortly after he woke from his afternoon nap. Guess it was a double pasta day. Whole wheat spaghetti with meat and tomato sauce, cheddar cheese cubes and the remaining half banana.
He ate all but a few tablespoons of the spaghetti, then after dinner had a few bites from my last piece of chocolate dutch baby.
The biggest thing we’re dealing with at this stage is Hunter throwing food. He’s a great eater, but likes be defiant at times. Yesterday was a really good day and he barely threw anything. I’ve been lacking in offering vegetables since they were tough for me to eat during the early part of my pregnancy, but now that I’m doing better with them we need more veggies in our life.
Such a happy guy. 🙂
What’s your little one been eating lately? How did you deal with food throwing?