My youngest will be 7 months old next week! She's following the eating pattern my other children had. She nurses for 10-15 minutes within 30 minutes of waking up at 7:30. For breakfast, she sits at the table with me and the 2 year old (big brother eats earlier because he's out the door to the bus at 7:30). She gets a small plastic 'gerber' bowl of baby cereal - usually oatmeal or barley. She also gets some fruit sliced into thin, small pieces (pea-sized) -- banana, avacado, ripe pear, apple, nectarine, etc. She nurses mid-morning for a 'snack'. Lunch is more fruit, a vegetable and bread/cereal. The vegetables are usually steamed (so they're soft) and cut into small pieces - beans, peas, corn, potatoes, carrots, etc. The 'bread' is either dry toast, french toast (no butter/syrup!) or cereal like Kix or Cheerios. She nurses about 30 minutes after lunch, just before naptime. She nurses again when she wakes up from nap 2-3 hours later. Dinner is whatever the family is eating, just cut up into small pea-size bites. She then nurses again for 5-10 minutes after dinner and again (for 20-30 minutes) just before bedtime.
I have to cut everything up into pea-sized bits because she doesn't have any teeth yet. Those front teeth are what they use to bite stuff off. Babies can gum anything. None of my children got their first tooth until after their 1st birthday. And the others were all 100% self-feeding with fingers by 7-9 months.