Your child's feeding pattern:

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Your child's feeding pattern:

Postby lady_love » Mon Apr 11, 2011 11:20 am

What does your child eat daily??

My daughter is 18 months this is her pattern:

9am -200ml of Milk

11.30 Lunch - she's still on porridge (potato, carrot, pumpkin, spinich) one bowl

1pm - 200 ml of milk
NAP TIME

4pm 200 ml milk

6.30 - same prridge again another bowl

8/9pm 200 ml milk

9.30 Bed time!!

I feel this may not be enough... inbetween she drinks grip water and i give her juice now and then too!!

she does eat well... and weighs 11kg!!

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Postby LKVM » Mon Apr 11, 2011 1:26 pm

11 kgs for 18 months is quite good.. my DS2 is 2.5 yrs and still weighs 11.5 :stupid:

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Postby cherrygal » Tue Apr 12, 2011 1:21 am

My dd just turned 18mths too and only weighs 10kg or so... She doesn't drink as much milk as your gal but takes in some snacks (baby biscuits, bread) and fruits in between. Her porridge includes either fish, chicken or pork besides the vege you mentioned. Sometimes we give her egg and tofu.

The routine is about the same but my dd sleeps at 11pm! Gawd... no wonder she not growing as quickly...

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Re: Your child's feeding pattern:

Postby Cathy Wu » Fri Feb 10, 2012 2:47 pm

feeding schedule for children depends on their age. check this link out to have an idea on how to create your own feeding pattern for your kids. http://www.babycenter.com/baby-schedules

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Re:

Postby Blessed Homemaker » Mon Feb 20, 2012 9:47 pm

My coming 4yo is only 12.5kg...

LKVM wrote:11 kgs for 18 months is quite good.. my DS2 is 2.5 yrs and still weighs 11.5 :stupid:

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