Of course she will... I just want the reassurances from you all.
I just keep thinking back to when she was a newborn and reading about colostrum and how a newborn's stomach is about the size of a marble, and then in a few days it's about the size of a shooter marble and then grows from there. I finally got her a high chair w/ a tray, and tomorrow I'm going to go get some more foods so she can have a little variety. Yay, progress for us.
But even now at almost 10 months old, I keep thinking that she still has a marble-sized tummy even though I know it's not true. Right now, one of the finger foods she eats "regularly" are Puffs, and I give a couple to her and she chows them down... then I give her a couple more and she chows them down. She really likes them but I want to limit those since they're basically rice and air, but I think that if I give her a few dozen that she'll eat ALL of them.
How do I know how much to feed her? Probably just trial and error... if she eats it all and looks like she wants more, give her a little more, if there's a bunch left at the end for her to just "play" with, give her a little less next time.
I guess I'm mostly posting this to sortof talk to myself. But feel free to comment anyway.