>For a couple of reasons, I thought I’d take the time to document what Eames eats–if only to see if he eats as much as it seems like most days (though where it goes is still a great mystery). I took these picture hastily, because Eames loses his sunny disposition when there’s food to be had and it’s not sitting in front of him. He ate all the food pictured here. The oatmeal turned into second breakfast, because, like his mother, no other food can compete with a jalapeno bagel.
Breakfast and Second Breakfast
Pre-breakfast snack (via Josh): 1/2 banana
1/2 cup 7 grain oatmeal soaked in plain coconut milk yogurt
1/4 jalapeno bagel with tofutti cream cheese, cuke, tomato, and avocado
Note: I soaked Bob’s 7 grain hot cereal mix in coconut milk yogurt overnight. I serve it with blueberries and topped with ground flax. The bagel is the same breakfast I have every morning. It is sprinkled with salt, pepper, and nooch.
1 piece of rye, toasted
1/4 cup diced cucumber smashed with 1/4 avocado
10 green grapes
2 raw coconut rhubarb cookies
Note: This avocado smash has been a huge hit around here for a while. I mix in a little apple cider vinegar and top it with salt, pepper, and nooch. The cookies I made for the first time recently. Eames–and the rest of us–loves them, but he feels compelled to pick the coconut off the top first.
5 organic tortilla chips
small bowl of refried beans w/ calabacitas
Note: Eames only ate about half of this, because I tried to feed him too close to bed time. But, he likes it a lot–mostly because it’s mixed with refried beans.
12 ounces water
4 ounces iced green tea
Note: On top of this liquid, he nurses once when he’s going to bed and once (or twice) in the middle of the night. He also takes a liquid multi-vitamin.