difficult child 2 didn't take his Seroquel Tuesday night. He was up late and fell asleep Wednesday night around 7pm. I woke him and gave him his medications around 8pm. He has no memory of it. He slept all night in street clothes, shoes and jacket. Today (Thursday), he got pulled out of class by the principal because he was sleeping in class. difficult child 2 reminded him that his mom had talked to him about trialing medications and the principal let him sleep off the rest of the class. When the bell rang, the principal woke him and sent him to his next class. He didn't take his medications tonight until around 8:30 - 8:45pm. They make him hungry and he was starting to doze off while eating. I had him get in the shower before he was completely out. He was in there for almost an hour - until I knocked on the door and woke him up. No wonder he doesn't want to take his medications. I wouldn't want to either if all I did was sleep. I don't understand why the psychiatrists keep prescribing medications that are so sedating when they already know how much he sleeps.