I know that a lot of difficult children blame everyone else for the things that they don't like, but I have to say that I am just sick of it!! Last night he comes out of the shower throwing his pajama top at me because it's too small and he can't get it on, and it's all my fault. How is this my fault? Because I feed him too well and he grew. He has an assignment for Italian that he has to do. He needs to take pictures of the places than he goes regularly. Well, difficult child is a homebody and doesn't go anywhere regularly, except school. The pictures have to put onto a flash drive and brought to school where they will write in Italian about what and where they are. At first he decided that I was going to have to take the pictures. Well, I didn't do that. Then he agreed that we would go and take them this afternoon. Then he came home from school and had a fit because he didn't want to go, it's "a stupid assignment" and I need to send an email to the teacher telling her that he won't be participating in the assignment. Well, that's to going to happen. So he's screaming at me that it's all my fault that he has to do the assignment, when all he wants is for his friend to come over so they can hang out for a while. Plus, he's supposed to have ten pictures and he only has seven on his list right now, so he sees no point in taking any of the pictures if he can't take them all. Calmly, (I'm getting better at not screaming at him when he's screaming at me, but really all I wanted to do was throttle him) I told him that if he calmed down, I would allow him to bring his camera with us when we go to the therapist appointment tomorrow morning, but he needed to think of three more places that he wants to take pictures of. He was happy with then. Then he wanted to know if his friend could come over. I told him that if he could remain calm and apologize for screaming at me I would allow his friend to come over for a little while. He said he was sorry and the friend just got here. Hopefully, we won't have anymore screaming.