And according to him, it's all my fault. I went him his room this morning to wake him up and remind him that he needed to take a shower. He says okay. Ten minutes later he's still not up. I got into his room and wake him again and remind him that he needs to get up. I was speaking very softly and gently. It's not like I was yelling at him to get out of bed. He sits up and says, "I KNOW!!!! JUST GIVE ME A MINUTE!!!" I leave, thinking to myself that it's going to be one of those days. He never gets up. I get up about 45 minutes later. I get myself ready to take a shower. I go into difficult child's room and ask him to come downstairs so that I can get him his medications before I jump in the shower, which is what I do every morning. His medications before my shower. This way I know that he's taken them. He sits up in bed and starts having a fit because he didn't take a shower and it's all my fault. Why is it my fault, I asked. Because I went into his room "a hundred times" to bother him, so he decided just not to get up in order to punish me and now that it's too late to shower it's my fault. I told him that I was sorry if I made him angry as that was not my intention at all, but that he made the choice not to get up. Him and him alone, and that I was not going to accept the blame for that decision. Great way to start the day.