I don't think I lasted very long (a side effect of my spasmodic blogging style), but I did make little notes here and there in his first year calendar. I've looked back at these notes every now and then as I begin the journey again with Amelia - what vegetables did we give him? how long did it take us to work up to three meals a day? when did we start finger foods? - but on the whole, I haven't been quite as worried about the specifics (doesn't that just sum up the second child entirely?).
Don't leave the bowl on the high-chair tray or Amelia will take it and try to eat it!
I am making her food just as I did with Xander. I just love the process, and I feel good knowing exactly what went into her meal. I hope it encourages her to be an adventurous eater; Xander's not very picky for a three-year-old, and of course I credit it to our policy of feeding him what we're eating for dinner. Of course, it may just be one more thing for them to bring up in therapy when they grow up..."Mom always made such a big deal out of a peanut butter and jelly sandwich!"