Funny thing, though, his belly was still huge from breakfast. His little body doesn't even really know when he's actually hungry. With scheduled feeding times and limited feeding times in the orphanage, his body hasn't been conditioned to normal hunger/feeding cycles. And because he was so upset because he thought it was lunch time, he started sucking on his fingers, a habit of which Jenn is not fond. It becomes a vicious circle, though, when we tell him to stop sucking his fingers, because he is only equipped to calm himself by one of two methods: eating or sucking on fingers. So when there's no food and no fingers, there is great turmoil, and we know that we need to give in to one of those things until we can help him develop the tools necessary to not get so worked up.
After a lunch of peanut butter & banana (he's eating some fruit now!), yogurt and oatmeal, he was in a better mood. A learning experience for us all.