DD is just about a year old and at the awkward stage where it's time to transition her off of formula. Being pregnant this time around has felt less overwhelming in the sense of symptoms, what to expect with birth and a newborn, but I'm still finding having a soon-to-be toddler challenging. I sometimes feel like I'm not doing enough or making mistakes and should be more prepared or knowledgeable on certain topics. My question is, how did you transition off of formula and make solids a bigger part of your children's diet? She's been on solids since 6 months and I try to give her finger foods in addition to her meals, but DD only has 2 bottom teeth so she still struggles sometimes with chewing certain things. Right now she has 3 bottles, 2 solids meals, and a snack through the day. I feel like I should have a meal plan/menu/better feeding schedule but I'm finding it so daunting and overwhelming, especially because I've been so tired and have major pregnancy brain. I know this is obviously a later stage but when I searched, I found the info to be all over the place and from like 2009. Any help and advice is greatly appreciated!!