Well, the 5 year old WAS supposed to be going to see a psychiatrist for evaluations, but it was going to require her pediatrician's referral, and when I made the appointment with him to get that, he mentioned that he would be more than happy to take care of all of that himself so that my daughter didn't have to see yet another doctor. I decided that I was comfortable enough with him to allow that, but then his nurse made a comment that kind of made me feel uncomfortable. She said that they are big supporters of the part-time medication routine where they are medicated only during the week for school and they take summers and weekends off. I used to think that this was a good idea, because I figured that it would give the kid a chance to unwind, etc. But having more than one difficult child in the house, things can get pretty stressful at home for our difficult child's as well as the REST of the family, and I feel like, for everyone's sanity it would be best for them to be medicated at HOME just as they are at school!!!! I know that every kid is different and that it takes time to figure out what works best for the child, but is it selfish of me to be thinking about our home life and my sanity as the parent when considering HOW I would like the medication routine to go??????? Then when I got ahold of the information I was given about how ADHD and improper or insufficient medication can lead to Borderline later in life because of the way parents react to the child when they are young, it made me even MORE worried about being sure that my daughter is properly medicated at home just as much as she is for school!!!!!!