difficult child did pretty good at school today medication free. Not great but for him good. Sure he talked out of turn loudly off and on all day long but he was able to stay in his seat most of the day which is huge for him. He did tell his para educator this afternoon that his brain was telling him to hit a boy in the class but he was able to stop himself from doing it. Gotta love his main teacher....I e-mailed her and his reading/language arts teacher to alert them he was medication free. His language arts/reading teacher thanked me for the heads up in one e-mail and in a later one gave me an update of his morning in classroom plus asked me to ket her know how his appointment went today. I just love her! She has even taken time out of lunch break to sit and have lunch with difficult child when he is having a rough day. He really respects her for that! Now his main teacher never even acknowledged my e-mail. Whatever! So we saw the psychiatrist and I finally made progress in getting the patch approved by insurance. She agreed to start it so he is now to be on daytrana 10 mg. She agreed the battle with swallowing his medication even when it was just the powder in juice was not worth it right now so we are trying the patch. My only concern is if he will leave the patch on. We will see how he does on it tomorrow. After the appointment me, husband and difficult child all went and had a nice dinner at difficult child favorite restaurant. Since he has not had medications since Fri he was starved and ate a ton which is good to make up some missed nourishment. Of course not everything could be easy today! I had a hard time finding a pharmacy that had it in stock. After trying 7 different pharmacies a Walgreens I stopped at that did not have it offered to call other Walgreens in the area and found one 12 miles away that had it so I rushed down and got it. I never even considered it would be hard to find when I got the script. So we will see how he is on it tomorrow.