Have I slept???? Well difficult child 2 managed to scream most of the flight, was very scared our stuff was going to get lost when it went into "the belly"!!! The conveyer belt to the back when checking in... the Diazapam didn't affect difficult child 2 AT ALL!!! It did mellow out difficult child 1, we had a 2+ hour delay in Seattle, yeah. By the time we landed both were holding there ears freaking out about the traffic and noise, while we waited for 45 minutes for our ride. Grandma's went OK... like expected. No one gets it, as long as the girls look cute and we are monitoring them it is hard to really belive there is anything wrong with them... we are both good about whisking them out of the room when problems arise. Anxiety was high for both girls and no one wanted to accept it, "oh they are fine" Poor difficult child 2 could not stop crying about missing the cats the time. difficult child 1 did pretty good, lots of anxiety and could not sit still or focus. Now difficult child 2... when we got to Chicago she slept pretty good, there is a crib and stuffed animals, comfort I suppose. When we got to Tucson... she cried, was angry, whined about going home, wanted her kittied, and did not sleep!!! We gave her more Diazapam on another night and it just did not affect her!!! It has taken her over 2 days to recover since coming home... midnight on Saturday. She is just getting worse and shows no remorse or empathy!!! AND we can not find a darn developmental pediatrician!!! I have a consult with her regular pediatrician next week. difficult child 1 is doing ok her anxiety and depression are worse... I will post on her psychiatrist apt later.... I missed this place and it feels good to be home. Despite it being really hot, Tucson has a lot of medical and educational options!!! Hope you all are doing well.