Okay. I'm back from the holidays and am ready to deal with this. I think. I have an appointment with a food behaviorist on Jan 26th. I'm hoping she can help me set some guidelines for all three of us as far as meal planning. difficult child did really well at Christmas. The only part that was really hard for his was the actual dinner. He only ate rolls. America has so much tempting junk-food that difficult child was lured into trying it. I think he was also having a growth spurt which helped. The 20 days of stool softener seems to have done the trick. :crossed fingers:. I bought him all new underpants bcs I thought I'd have to throw all the old ones away. I did throw some away. lol but not all. Marguerite wrote; Okay folks. difficult child likes dry and salty. Chicken nuggets, crepes and bread. He'll eat raisins under duress. The only vegetable he likes is french fries. Even getting him to try a tater-tot was an ordeal. I would really like to get him to eat more produce. We are going to Italy in February so it would be nice if he'd eat pizza/pasta. Where do I start?