I'm especially looking to talk about feeding toddlers, but all primal parenting concerns would be good to discuss.
My boys are two and a half yrs old and one yrs old. I'm still nursing the youngest, but the oldest has just weaned.
They both love chicken, so I try to feed them the thighs and skin to get them the extra fatty goodness. They are just learning to like/chew steak. They will eat ground meat, fish is really hit or miss etc.
They LOVE broccoli, but we eat a lot of raw veggies, which they don't seem to be able to chew yet. (Molars seem to be a requirement, esp for leafy greens)
I guess I feel like they aren't getting as much to eat now that we don't have bread etc around. I am feeding them quinoa, quinoa pasta occasionally, and was thinking of getting them quinoa flakes to replace the oatmeal they used to love, as they aren't diggin' eggs (though they LOVE the bacon! lol) as well as sweet potatoes.
What are you guys feeding your littles, and do you give them some of the higher carb stuff you might avoid?
The more I see the less I know for sure.