I have been telling husband for about a year or so that I think it would be a good idea to install security cameras in the house. There have been many times when fights start between the two kids. easy child says that difficult child did something to him. difficult child swears up and down that he's innocent and it was all easy child's fault. Oddly enough, these things always start when I am not in the room because difficult child knows that unless I see it, I don't take the word of one child over the other. husband has been telling me that I'm making things out to be alot worse than they really are and that he doesn't want to spend the money on something that we don't need. So, yesterday, difficult child kicks easy child. Right in front of me. So, I punish him while difficult child stands that and denies that he did anything to anyone and that if easy child wasn't near him he would not be in trouble. This, of course, leads to a huge meltdown (the third one of the day) about how we're all out to get him and blame poor difficult child for everything. Suddenly, husband comes to me and tells me that he thinks having cameras installed "in a few of the rooms" of the house is a good idea. The problem is that I told him where I think they should go (bedrooms, kitchen, den, and basement) and he disagrees with me. He thinks we just need them in the bedrooms and the basement, because those are the only room where problems start. I told him that we need them in the other rooms, too (and I know this because I am the one who is home and knows where all of the problems start) and he, again, thinks I'm making things out to be worse than they really are. I just want to scream!