difficult child hit a home run out of the park today. Awesome. When the coach asked who should get the Game Ball, usually the kids all say, "Me! Me!" but they all pointed to difficult child. Awww. The coach gave him the home run ball AND the game ball. Of course, he had to revert to his difficult child behavior the min. we got into the car because he didn't want to go to the outdoor art fair husband and I planned to go to. I said fine and just left him in the car. 10 min later he caught up with-us and begged for food (he also ran into other Little League players, which made him pretty happy). When we got home, I told him we're going to put up Halloween decorations tomorrow and he yelled, "NO!" I said, "No problem. You won't be watching any TV tomorrow then." He's considering changing his mind ... Sheesh. If only he could behave at home like he does on the field. He's never felt like he's a part of the "home" team, but it's his behavior that sets him apart. Sigh.