I can't begin to tell you how strangely wonderful it is to hear of so many other moms out there struggling with sensory food disorders with their children. At the age of 3 my son (he's now 4.5) ate 10 foods ... and all of them have been listed by the others on this forum. You all know the drill, only "the boil kind of Kraft, not the microwave kind", cinnamon Life cereal, wheat thin crackers, room temp Silk Milk, etc. No meats, no fruits, no veggies. After a year and a half of intensive food therapy things are finally getting a bit easier and he will eat 25-30 different foods. We went on a 5 day cruise on the Dream in January and I was sooooo happy to put his food issues on the back burner for a couple of days. I just came with a bag (yes a whole bag) of foods that I knew he would eat and his cups, bowls and plasticware. I even had the boxed Silk Milk in there. Then, to my complete amazement, he actually ate the Mac and Cheese from the dining rooms if it was served alone on a plate. I really, really, really think the success we had on the cruise was because I had decided to just relax and avoid the food struggles for the cruise. After all, this was our vacation! So, maybe with a shower of pixie dust, you will have the same great luck we did! We'll be thinking of you!