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Answer: Hi mommy Follow 3 meals and 2 snacks plan don't bind yourself in diet chart as it's hard to follow telling this as per my personal experience.. Small kids are not having fixed schedule and even you can't follow same timing. For example if bf at 10 then after 1.5 hours give snack then after 2 hours lunch then after 1.5 hours snack then after 2 hours serve dinner. Milk should be on demand and supply basis. You can serve Dalia , khichdi , juice, fruits, sooji kheer, boiled veggies etc. Happy feeding
Answer: Hello beautiful mom... As for diet chart.. I used to give porridge of Ragi or oats or barley with fruits, chilla ,or simply fruits puree... At lunch it used to be sabji Dal chawal /chapati, or vegetable pulao, fried rice or ghee rice or curd rice... Evening snacks like murmura or roasted makhana or few pieces of steamed vegetables and finger foods.. At night it used to chapati with Dal and sabji or idli or dosa o vegetable Partha or Palak puri... You can follow this.. Hope this helps.
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