lol thanks Ky :)
He may just stay small as you suspected.. which is fine and cute!
Yep, the smaller pellets, or cutting the medium sized ones may work- you can experiment on how many works best for him.
If possible, you can feed one in the morning, one at lunch, and one before bed to see if that helps keep him normal and yet gives him a little more nutrition.
Also daphnia (frozen or freeze dried) will help keep him "regular" as it is high in fiber. Tends to be harder to find- so would call your pet stores and ask if they have frozen, if not, then freeze dried. You can supplement some pellets per week with them.
It depends on their diet, how much they will "go". Mine go once a day, sometimes twice.. others goes a lot, and some not as much. The more they eat, the more protein and live foods, the more regular they are.
I can't remember, but is he a CT? If so, that could explain why he is having issues, as they are more streamlined and tend to bloat more easily.. especially if he is little.
But don't worry if all you can feed is two pellets a day- just supplement other meals once in a while with blood worms, or daphnia to help give him added nutrition.
Keep us posted if anything else occurs, or if you have more questions!