difficult child's morning: *goes straight to computer when he isn't suppose to be on it. *upset with easy child so tried to squirt ketchup on her. *still upset with easy child took a screw driver and went at her. *I took away the screwdriver. *He was upset with me and tried to move me by wrapping his arms around me. *Took beaters (like you mix a cake batter with) and poked them on my back continuously. Started out thinking he was funny but, it wasn't and got more aggressive as I told him to stop. *Incessant drumming on everything to drive easy child nuts. difficult child's school day: *Manic behavior *Called a kid a fat, stinky, a** *Put his fists in threatening way in front of the student's face. *Put his fists in a threatening way in front of aide's face *With his chest pushed Special Education teacher to the wall. difficult child's day after school: *At my school didn't like the snack I had for him and wanted to go home (I was in a meeting with his case manager) so he slammed my classroom door shut loudly 3 times. *At home he threw an orange across the room at the window. Busted open the orange. He thought it was hysterical. *Threw basketball across the room. *Threw basketball at me. *Swore at me several times. *Off the wall manic; dancing around, not making any sense, again, he thought he was funny. Believe it or not I know I am missing some parts of his day. I just called psychiatrist on Monday and we readjusted medications. I'm thinking another call may be in order tomorrow.