My 15 year old step-son, Hunter, moved in with us last year. He was afraid of snakes, and was not particularly happy when I got "back into the life". I purchased an eastern rat snake last July after going the longest time without a snake in my adult life. He wanted nothing to do with it. Until a week or so ago. My 12 year old daughter, Odessa, who missed my having snakes, and regretted getting rid of her adult corn a couple years ago, just got a 2013 male normal corn, she named it Fettucine. Well, within a couple days, Odessa had Hunter holding Fettucine, and within a week had him wanting his own snake !!! So, I was obviously excited as could be, and we went back to the breeder and got him one from the same clutch, also a male. He named it Yager. Well, things seemed great. Until feeding day, Fettucine is an eating machine but Yager showed no interest in the FT newborn in his enclosure. I tried tease feeding it to him to get him interested, nothing. Tried cup feeding overnight, still nothing. Luckily Hunter is at his grandparent's house for the weekend so he doesn't know yet, but I'll admit, I'm a bit nervous. Normally I wouldn't worry about a snake missing a feeding, but when they are this small, it makes me really worried. Temps are good, plenty of hides in the enclosure, prey item is appropriate size. I'm figuring I'll just leave him alone until next feeding and try again. But I figured I'd see if anyone thinks I should do anything else in the mean time.