Saturday, August 13, 2011

What she was offered vs. What she ate

I know I just did one of these yesterday, but I thought I'd keep the ball rolling today with another installment of WSWO vs. WSA!

Today is a good example of how Eliza sometimes - well, often, actually - doesn't eat much.  But that's okay!  Believe me, the girl is not starving.  

What she was offered:

clockwise from top:
{pretzels and goat cheese}
{heart-shaped pb&j}
{in the center: raisins and chocolate covered sunflower seeds*}
{not pictured: 2% cow's milk}

What she ate:

So, one bite of the pb&j, two pretzels (actually, she shared one with mama), a few cantaloupe bites, most of the edamame (she's an edamame girl!), and - not surprisingly - all of the chocolate sunflower seeds :)  It was a small lunch, but then she sort of made up for it at dinner tonight.  It all balances out!

*I decided to offer Eliza a little treat with lunch today - this is not a daily occurrence, but it's Saturday so I thought it would be fun :)


Aletta said...

These are awesome. When we get Patrick trail mix he always eats all the m&m's, then all the raisins, and then finally when he's starving he'll eat the peanuts.

Erin said...

Loving these posts. I'm really "racking" my brains these days for foods for Avery so this is giving me good ideas!

Eliza's Stats

Birth: 8 lbs 5 ozs
Going home: 7 lbs 10 ozs
5 days: 7 lbs 13 ozs
2 months: 12 lbs 6 ozs
4 months: 17 lbs
5 months: 18 lbs 12 ozs
6 months: 20 lbs 13 ozs
9 months: 24 lbs 3 ozs
12 months: 26 lbs 13 ozs
15 months: 28 lbs
18 months: 29 lbs 3 ozs
2 years: 32 lbs
3 years: 34 lbs

Alice's Stats

Birth: 8 lbs 11 oz
2 Months: 13 lbs 10 oz
4 Months: 17 lbs 15 oz
6 Months: 20 lbs 4 oz