Well, apparently most 13-month olds are really picky about their food. So hey, you have that blessing, at least.
BabyCenter suggests keeping meals balanced:
Keep offering a variety of healthy foods at every meal. Resist the temptation to let him snack on sweets and other not-so-healthy items out of worry that he's not eating enough. As long as he appears to be thriving, he's probably fine.
What to Expect offer this advice:
- Find toddler foods that multitask.
- Make drinks for toddlers for real.
- Snack wisely.
- Go for quality over quantity.
- Change things up.
- Ditch the distractions.
- Look at the big picture.
- Get the facts on fats.
They also suggestion introducing a variety of veggies into his diet. Actually, What to Expect has a whole section on toddler eating basics, as well as a a road map to his feeding through to his second birthday.
That said, What to Expect also points out that a toddler's stomach holds 2 cups of food max, which is rougly half the size of an adult stomach. Be mindful of this when you feed your wee one. Also, if he is, uhh, finishing out "loose," maybe cut back on the fiber some? Otherwise, as long as you're staying balanced, and things don't seem wrong in the, uh, aftermath, I think it should be okay.
One note: if he's really that loose, make sure he's staying hydrated.