My son just turned 3 years old and he started feeding therapy today. His menu is very limited. He will eat dry foods, but doesn't do well with mushy foods. I've been lucky that he was able to get in with a great speech pathologist/feeding therapist. Can you tell me what kind of success you've had with feeding therapy? I'm being realistic, I don't expect him to be eating salads, but it sure would be nice to add a few more dishes to his menu. The feeding therapist said that his problem is sensory processing and that eating is a big one because it combines all senses into one. I looked at the sensory processing checklist and he doesn't have any of the other items except for the food. It really is so hard to believe that this is not selective eating on his part since he'll gladly eat any type of candy bar or chips without any problem. So annoying really.