my lo is just over 7 months and i feel like she just gets the same food all the time. its my first baby so i dont really know what i can give her! in the morning she has baby cereal and ready break etc should i still be giving her baby cereal or should i be giving her something else then she has her dinner which is a jar because she wont eat anything that i cook and then she has some of another jar later in the evening or mash potatoes and veg tried for so long to get her to eat mash so finally she is eating that. what else can i be giving her i feel like she gets no meat or a variety of food she is a really fussy eater so i feel like im just stuck giving the same things. can anyone give me idea of your lo's would eat at that age! i give her a yogurt or fruit for a snack what else could i give her. hope somoeone can help!
Since sunday for tea my lb has had
Sat - broc, cauli and pasta in cheese sause
Sun - sunday lunch (chicken, mash, yorkie pud, brocolli and cauli)
Mon - bolied tate, fish finger and spahgetti hoops
Tue - spaghetti bolgonesse and peas
Wed - shepards pie
I'm a terrible planner so LO gets whatever I can throw together
Some recent successes have been;
peas, potatoes and cheese
peas, sweetcorn, chicken and potato
Cauliflower, fish and cheese
Tomato, celery, carrot and potato
That was last week. I basically use whatever veg I've got and meat if there is some. He's not so keen on carrots anymore but the mixes seem to keep things interesting. I'm rubbish at breakfasts though so it's usually banana porridge or apple and pear porridge.
My LO is only 6 months but some quick and easy ideas I have been given and tried are baked beans with carrot and swede, tinned tuna with mashed potato and cheese and minced beef with potato and frozen mixed veg.
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