baby food on cruise
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I don't think there is any place to heat up food and I don't think because of health regulations that you can get them to heat it up for you.
My kids at 15 months were pretty much on table food full time. They ate plenty of cheerios, fruit, veggies, pasta, breads, meat cut up small, etc.. Basic items like pasta were very easy to request and we didn't have any problems getting them from our servers. The buffets also had plenty of items available so they never went hungry.
I'm not aware of any way to heat up baby food but then again, our son at 15 months was on table food so I may just not be remembering. I know my sister in law used to heat the bootles up by asking for a large glass or mug of HOT water and putting the bottle in it. Maybe this would work with baby food jars? Otherwise, like Becka said - I would just concentrate on regular food, cut up very small.
I did need baby food when we went on the Disney Dream last January. I went to the amenities page on the DCL website and found a service called Babies Travel Lite that will deliver all of your baby supplies (diapers, wipes, baby food, formula, even swim diapers) right to your cabin. It was a lifesaver because I only brought enough diapers for the flight and we used the last diaper just before we boarded the shuttle. When we got to our cabin on the Disney Dream our luggage wasn't there yet but the box from Babies Travel Lite was, so I had diapers and baby food. If I had packed them in our luggage it would have been a couple of hours.