Your child is over one year old and his nutrition is each day closer to that of adult people. For this reason you should gradually introduce new habits, such as always eating at the same time, making him eat without help, and show introduce a variety of dishes so that he does not become fed up with eating.
During this stage your child will not need as many nutrients per kilo of weight as before, which means he may not eat as often or you will feel he does not eat as much as before. Also, and before introducing cows' milk, which it is recommended to be introduced at the age of 3, you can move on to toddler milks, also known as third-stage and fourth-stage milks, which have an adequate content of proteins, vitamins, and minerals and less saturated fat.
To avoid monotony at mealtimes, offer your child a varied and fun menu, which will help him view eating as something pleasant instead of as a routine. Some advice: