My son is a selective eater and eats about 10 foods. On saturday, he wanted to eat french fries. We bought them and they were hot. He was impatient and kept saying "fries" repeatedly. So I handed him one after waiting for about 5 minutes. Unfortunately it was too hot for him and he threw up. I ate it and it was bearable. Since then he has started spitting out all food. Today he has eaten a slice of bread and had 15 ounces of milk. Usually he has 4 meals (pan cakes/bread-butter/nuggets/home cooked muffins/dry cornflakes). He has been asking for a fried snack called cheeseling, his favorite, all day. That is the only food he eats on his own. Usually we give him the snack in between meals, but I wouldn't want him to eat it instead of a meal. Already he doesn't eat healthy food. I try my best in the limited food choices. I am at a loss, I feel like I am paying a price for my mistake of giving him a hot fry. Am sure he will wake up at night crying as he has not eaten anything all day. My heart breaks to not give him cheeselings but I if I give him what if he never eats anything else. As it is he eats only 10 foods. His food has always been the most stressful part. His milk had to be at the right temperature or he would refuse the feed as a baby. We had a chart of ounces- number of seconds stuck on the fridge to get his milk at the correct temperature. I remember trying several types of baby food before he accepted his first...sigh...actually his food issues started a week after birth when he refused breast milk, since then it has been a struggle to feed him...will it ever get better I wonder.. Just needed to vent.