I have no clue what to do anymore. I have a 5 1/2-year-old SS and have been in his life since he was 1 1/2. His bio mom has not seen him in over 2 years, so it's definitely not an issue of bio mom influencing him. Shortly after birth, he was diagnosed with failure to thrive and unfortunately has had problems ever since. At 3 he was diagnosed with autism (Aspergers specifically), and at 5 with fetal alcohol. He takes medicine twice daily for his anger issues and regularly sees a therapist. He is in special education classes at school where he also receives therapy. He has anger problems out of this world. He doesn't care who is in his way, he will physically harm anyone or anything. In the last two weeks alone at daycare, he has hit 4 different children. It is over things that most people would not even think was a problem, but to him is the biggest issue in the world. He punched another boy in his class because his towel was where my SS didn't want it to be. He also frequently urinates on himself but it potty trained. The urination never occurs at night, but rather during the day. He got so angry with me the other weekend because I asked him to go potty that he peed on himself, put a hole in my bathroom wall, punched me, punched himself, and had a two-hour meltdown. I am currently 5 months pregnant with my husband and I's first child. He has hit me in my stomach several times since I have been pregnant and shows no remorse. He doesn't care if he hurts me, or anyone else, and thinks it is funny when he is punished. He has drawn blood and left bruises on me. My husband sometimes attempts to fix the behavior, but he usually just tries to talk to him and tell him what he does isn't nice. I'm worried about my unborn child, especially since he has no problem hitting me in my stomach. He hits both boys and girls of any age. He has definitely shown that he doesn't care who is in his path when he is mad. That obviously worries me because I'm afraid he will hit the baby once he is born. Any suggestions on how to deal with this behavior or a specialist to see? His behavior is literally tearing my family apart.