difficult child has only been on Zoloft for 2 days, so I don't think that's it. He has been getting up in the middle of the night and playing PS2, and sneaking snacks. I thought I had hidden anything with-wheat and oats in my locked office. I think these things have babies in the middle of the night. When you close the cupboards, the bigger Quaker Oats bars sneak around and create little baby oat bars and only difficult child can find them. He says he is not hungry and goes all day with-o eating. This is new for him. Usually when the Adderall wears off, he is famished and he makes up for lost time. I think it's just his Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD). But he could be BiPolar (BP), too. Sigh. He's exhausted in the a.m. Aren't your BiPolar (BP) kids still manic in the a.m. when they can't get to sleep? Or are they all different? It would be nice if there were a template for this kind of thing! We already give him Vistaril (an antihistamine) for sleep. I hate to give him more because it makes him too groggy in the a.m. husband told me that this a.m. and yesterday a.m. difficult child was a monster when husband went to give him his Adderal. Just like the old days. We think it's lack of sleep. We hid the PS2 controllers (2 of them) and the mice (mouses?). We thought we had put them all in great hiding places, but difficult child found them. (Of course, half the time, I can't remember where I hid them so it's just as well that difficult child occasionally finds them or we'd never know! ) I didn't know that the mouse for my graphics pad could be used as a regular mouse. He's a clever one! I really think we won't know about the Zoloft for at least a month. Oh well, just wanted to vent.