August 17, 2009 11:10pm CST
Okay, my husband and I both work full time but with this economy the way it is, I swear we are in the lower poverty level even though our paychecks "seem" as though we are definitely in the middle class. I am only able to spend at the most, about 100 dollars a week on groceries, and that is also including formula, so technically about 80 dollars a week on groceries. Some people say that is a lot but it isnt with 3 people eating and 1 baby eating baby food. Anyways, I am just curious as to what your toddler eats? My daughter eats a lot of the same things, and I want more of a variety for her. Her main foods are simple things like, hot dogs (or the turkey franks, they are healthier I guess), bananas, cheese, crackers, cottage cheese, yogurt, corn (only veggie she will eat), cereal, grilled cheese, macaroni & cheese, chicken tenders (sometimes), and fish sticks (sometimes)... Please help me with simple, quick, healthy and affordable ideas. PLEASE!