Flynn is fed orally in a chair for 3 meals and 2 snacks daily and takes longer to eat due to fatigue from his myotonic dystrophy. He requires encouragement to feed and refuses to use utensils unless they are being used by his mother to feed him. When using utensils, Flynn will throw them out of frustration and continue eating with his preferred method of feeding: finger feeding. Flynn is able to use an open cup to drink but prefers a straw cup or a 360 cup. Flynn's Micrognathia causes occasional drooling. When spoon feeding, chewing, and cup drinking, his lips are mature, while his tongue and jaw are immature. Flynn has good bolus control, but has slow posterior transport.