thread yesterday morning that we had a late, messy & quite tense plumbing emergency late last. The plumber show up around midnight or so. In the midst of all the spraying water, anger & confusion to friggin' figure out where the shut off valve to the house was I noted that kt was just helping along. No complaints, drama or whining - just asking husband or myself what needed to be done next. At one point during this crisis, kt took me by the hand & had me sit down to rest "you're shaking, mama". So while we had this very expensive adventure in our home last night I saw a couple of positives that I'm determined to keep in my mind. The most important being watching my very Reactive Attachment Disorder (RAD) child step up in a family situation, take ownership & help.