Re: meal plans & food refusal issues for
I would offer most of what he likes with no more than one new food at a meal. A meal of all new foods is generally a bad idea. And then keep some stuff on standby if he refuses it all, like yogurt as you did and then cheerios or something he can practice the pincer grip with. Don't keep making more until he eats, that is a bad habit to get into. Also, throwing food on the floor is something that we took as a sign of not being hungry.
At 11 months food is for practice and all you should be doing is offering a variety and not really worrying about how much is
consumed. I would say around 18 months your child's meals will more closely resemble your family's. Sort of.. Lol.
Oh and only put a few bites on the tray at a time. Like two bites of something he likes and one bite of something new.
Keep offering previously refused foods, he might go for them later.
Good luck, solids are fun!