I'm reading "Mothering Your Nursing Toddler", and I got a little worried when I read about toddlers not getting enough fat if they're eating the "standard healthy adult diet". I really never thought about this before. My DS (almost 13 months) nurses quite a lot, at least 8 times a day, plus at night. As far as solids, he eats what I eat - lots of fruits and veggies, whole grains, beans, but not much fat at all. Since he still nurses so much, I just assumed he got the fat he needed from my milk. He's growing well and is extraordinarily healthy, but now I'm wondering whether I should be giving him more fat. What does everyone else do? TIA!