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Poll Results: Your 1.5-2yo's diet:

 
  • 21% (10)
    100% table food
  • 12% (6)
    90% table food / 10% breastmilk
  • 27% (13)
    75% table food / 25% breastmilk
  • 21% (10)
    50/50
  • 6% (3)
    25% table food / 75% breastmilk
  • 8% (4)
    10% table food / 90% breastmilk
  • 2% (1)
    100% breastmilk
47 Total Votes  
post #21 of 26
My first was probably 75% bm when at this age, but my younger one is probably 25% bm at this age. She drinks some cow's milk, too, but she eats a lot of solids. She's just more into it.
post #22 of 26
DS is 27 months and I nurse him for his nap (when I'm there) and approx. 3 times during the night (going to bed, at night once or twice and early breakfast). He started nursing less during the day when he cut all his molars. Whenever he has a growth spurt (I suspect he has one now) he nurses a bit more. He eats breakfast because I make him, lunch is usually good, although he flatout refused to eat yesterday, dinner is ok (and then I feed him some porridge before bed).
post #23 of 26
DD1 was 25-50% solids, DD2 is about 50-75% solids.
post #24 of 26
Im 20 weeks pregnant and unfortunately my milk supply is zero so DD2's nutrition is 100% table food. She rarely even asks to nurse anymore I miss her nursing.
post #25 of 26
Quote:
Originally Posted by LadyCatherine185 View Post
I didn't vote, because there was a big difference between 18 months and 2 years old.
I did vote, but I feel the same way. At 18 months it was at least 50/50, if not more like 75/25 breastmilk to table food. Now at 2, I'd say it's like 95% table food.
post #26 of 26
Hmmm... mine drinks formula but I voted anyway.

She's about 25% table food and 75% formula at 22mo. It's making me insane, but I can't get her to eat any more. She's on a prescription allergenic formula and we did move up to the non-infant version to get more calories in her. She healthy and growing, I'd just like to move her off of the formula (she didn't outgrow the dairy & soy allergies). I've tried coconut milk and other nut milks but she just doesn't drink enough of that, either.
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