I seriously cannot hear those words out of V's mouth anymore without getting upset. "I'm hungry" all day long. And then the endless battle during meal time to finish his plate. It does not make ANY sense. And I'm talking about food he likes. I don't even battle anymore about foods he does not like. I also give him very small portions so he can be successful in finishing his plate. But 90% of the time I get the usual "I'm full" and he only ate a bite. And 10 minutes later: "I'm hungry" Except for quick snacks (cereal bars, etc), V has no independence in getting his own food. He can't spread butter, open cheese wrappers, pour apple sauce in a bowl... So every five minutes He thinks I should be helping him with his snack and don't eat the meals I prepare. And the constant snacking also create problem with Sweet Pea. She is a toddler: she sees it, she wants it. Can't blame her... Unless I yell out of my lungs, V will not stop asking, crying and even having tantrums over food. Tonight, before I lost it (sorry...), I tried to ask him where he felt the hunger. He had no clue. He even told me that being hungry feels good... After lots of question, he agreed that it had something to do with his belly (I asked him: "do you feel it in your hand?" He answred yes. I explained that it's not where he should feel it. He then laughed and started being goofy. I then asked if it was in his belly, and he said yes). I know there are worst problems, but it is non stop. I also find that habit unhealthy (although he is growing real good and is never sick). Any tips??