How frustrating! I somewhat understand - my brother was so finicky as a small child, he was in and out of the hospital. We had to threaten him with getting a "herbie" (IV) in his arm if he didn't eat! The doctors always said, "A child will not starve himself to death", but I think they may have been mistaken. My other brother only existed on pizza and corn. My child, though eats a path through whaever's on the table. Kids are funny. If you can, if you aren't already, try making the things he will eat as healthy as humanly possible. Kashi TLC crackers are really tasty, come in different flavors, and have seven whole grains. Perhaps make your own chicken nuggets with breasts, rolled in crumbled Kashi crackers? You can even make "baked" chicken nuggets, to avoid the frying and avoid getting him hooked on fried. Same thing with fries - cut them up, spray on Pam, and bake. Have you tried sweet potato fries? If you live in Athens, the Grit has awesome sweet potato fries, and their cookbook, I think, has the recipe. That would get a lttle more vitamins in him. At this point, he needs to eat something, so feed him what you can, but try to be really careful about other offerings. If you offer more junk food, like pizza or spaghetti-oh's (which is soooooo tempting when he hardly eats in the first place), chances are he'll like it, and he'll just keep expanding his diet of bad foods and developing bad habits. Of course, you still have to be kid-friendly. My standard favorite is a grilled cheese on whole-wheat with cooked, finely chopped broccoli placed inside the cheese. Everyone - from grandparents to neighbor's kids - love it. Another thing that helps is offering fun dips - so long as they are not primarily sugar, like caramel. I can only get my daughter to eat her apples if I cut them up and offer a spoonful of peanut butter to dip them in - which is just as well, because she's getting some fat and protein that are good for her, too. Try some edamame beans (in the frozen section near the health foods - get them without the shell and microwave a few with water - they have a great taste and texture kids love, and are packed with protein. The most important piece of advice is getting him a really GOOD daily vitamin. Try your local health food store, and make sure it is from whole-food sources - not synthetic, and more soluable that way (otherwise it just passes through him and wastes money). My daughter has gotten moe picky as she's encountered more junk foods, and one thing that has helped her to clear a plate of salad or broccoli is telling her that I don't want her to it, I don't want her growing any more, she needs to stay my baby, etc. We've been doing that for so long now, she asks me to say that to her before she eats her veggies. She is three, and I know your son is too young yet, but you may find that kind of psychology helpful later on. I hope something helps, definitely get a vitamin, and so long as he eats something (unlike my anorexic little toddler-brother), he'll be fine. Good luck! Don't pull your hair out!