It's the end of another adventure-filled day in the never-boring life of Eleanor Leiter, a toddler soon to celebrate her third trip around the sun. It's the kind of day that's included Eleanor pretending to share her snack with her toy, as well as time set aside for searching big sister Vivian's room for coveted playthings that are must-haves because, well, they're Vivian's. Big sisters always have the best stuff, ask any 2-year-old. And it's the kind of day that's included naps and fun and frustrations — all that comes with a human very much in the twos — every parent knows. As the close of the day draws near, Eleanor, like any toddler, has her big kid bedtime routine: Jammies. Brush teeth. Maybe a story or three. Maybe a song or three. Maybe all of the above. And then, a kind of communion, because while Eleanor has had plenty available to eat, she likely may not have eaten much — if anything — all day. And so it begins: Now I lay me down to feed ... 'She gets a pump feed after she goes to bed,' mom Christy said. 'I usually run that over the course of 45 minutes or an hour. But that's pretty much all she gets right now. She gets two of the cartons of PediaSure Harvest in her tube.'