I have come to the realization that D9 does not understand the world "full". Last night he had eaten 2 plates of food. He was going back for more. I ask him if he was full? His response was along the lines of I ate two plates so I guess I am full. I never did get him to make the connection of full being a feeling. He kept going back to how much he ate, not a feeling. If he ever sees someone eating he is "Hungry". If that doesn't get him food he is, "Very Hungry." If we just ate and someone else comes in he wants to eat. I don't really think he "feels". I think this is also his bed wetting issue. He has no understanding of listening to his body. Sensory? How do you describe "full"? I tried different ideas, but really never got it across. I finally told him to feel how is body feels now and we will talk about how it feels in the morning. Best idea I have for now. What I was surprised at is he really can't define the "full" feeling. He doesn't internalize it. He looks outside for the cues to being full I think. We will be working at trying to teach him "how full feels".