Share your difficult child's most creative hiding places. I thought this post might help others in our situation to know places to look... I'll start, a few weeks ago difficult child called from the inpatient treatment facility and came clean to us about several of his hiding spots. (It was a huge step at the time!) Anyway, one of them was a "scooter pipe". We have 4 kids and have several of those metal scooters laying around in the garage. The padding that is normally around the handles comes off very easily and get lost pretty quick. I don't think any of our scooters still have it? He removed a single screw and the handle pops right out by. After inserting some wire and a screen, he instantly had a pipe. The handle easily slides right back into place on the scooter and you'd never know it's alternative purpose. INSANE! If difficult child hadn't come clean, we would have never known. He usually stored his drugs in a deodorant bottle. (Under the part that twists up.) I would have never known this until one day when I noticed a deodorant bottle in the rabbit cage. I thought that was a strange toy for a rabbit and so I pulled it out and investigated further. Very sneaky!