E is ten months, but only just. She gets yogurt in the morning, then a 6 oz bottle of formula, lunch (solid, whatever they give her at DC, usually plain pasta or something she can mash with only two teeth), another bottle of formula at 2pm, a fruit puree as a snack around 3-4, something for dinner that I try to get in her before she gets cranky and wants to go to sleep since we don't get home until 5 ish, and then another bottle around six when she goes to sleep. Sometimes, she will want to sleep without dinner. Then we wake her at ten to give her the last bottle so that she gets enough "nutrients" and water, but she has been really cranky when we wake her, or has STTN when we have failed to wake up, so she might be ready to give up that bottle. She also gets cheerios or yogurt melts or such throughout the day if she gets a bit peckish. And a sippy cup with water whenever she wants, or we think she may want it. I think all that solid food is holding her over. Try giving LO oatmeal as a last meal. That stuff seems to keep them full for a while. Not the oatmeal you put in their bottle, but actual oatmeal with fruit or whatever. She is mobile, so burns through a lot of calories, if that makes any difference.