For my son, it's paper. He can't seem to get enough of the stuff. Store receipts, used shopping lists, scraps of newspaper, freebie car magazines from the supermarket, tattered gift bags, torn cardboard, trampled school announcements, Chinese takeout menus -- all wind up littering the floor of his room like snowfall, to the point that it almost takes a plow to pick it all up. Hoarding, whether it's paper products or foodstuffs or stuff belong to other family members, is a comforting behavior for many children with special needs, one that can be dangerous, unhealthful, or just messy as heck. What, if anything, does your child hoard? Make your pick from the poll at right, and share the details in the comments.