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9/24/10 5:03 P

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My son is one. He loves grapes, (cut in half to avoid being a choking hazard,)string cheese, any kind of whole grain cereal, canned mandarin oranges, (I love them too!)Sweet potatoes, bananas, peanut butter & banana sandwiches on whole wheat cut into cube size bites, carrot sticks boiled just enough to make them softer for biting. Hope this helps!

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9/22/10 8:03 P

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Trying to remember what worked well for that age group... (my older daughter is now six) ...

Oooh, a really good finger-food type snack is canned kidney beans, rinsed and drained. They're nice and soft and have a ton of fiber and protein and my daughter loved them.

Also, yogurt and string cheese are good and easy.

Hope that helps, and I'll look forward to reading others' replies.

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9/21/10 1:51 P

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Anyone have any good suggestions for meals to pack for my son? He will be 2 in December. I have usually packed a jar of oatmeal and a microwavable gerber meal, but he seems to be past this stage. I need better ideas. I take him to a babysitter most days I'm working and I want to make sure he is getting the proper nutrition.

Any suggestions?

~Beth~

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