And I don't want to be normal! I like how I am! Stop trying to make me like everybody else. That's what difficult child 2 told me today when we were discussing his obsessive behavior in the store today (very persistently insisted I buy him an electric toothbrush, which he already has, interrupting me several times while I spoke with another parent in line at the pharmacy, wouldn't take no for an answer, then started to shove me and push his head into me until I told him the consequence he was seconds away from earning) and I commented on the way out to the parking lot that he may need to go back on Lamictal because it helped with this kind of behavior before. He's not as bad right now as he was before, because he's not screaming at me yet or having a nuclear meltdown in the middle of the aisle as if his very LIFE depending on me buying the electric toothbrush, but I sense that it's bubbling under the surface. He had a hard time going to sleep last night, and is up again bouncing around tonight, even though he removed his Daytrana patch about 3 1/2 hours ago. He got his 0.125mg clonazepam about two hours ago, and clearly it has had no effect on him. He's busy with a paddle ball. Very busy. Last night, he decided to mount a new wall light in his room without any help or instruction (or supervision for that matter). I'll be keeping an eye on this for a few days. I already updated the psychiatrist on the dystonic reaction he had on Monday and the addition of the new medication. Stability would be nice for once. I hope we're heading the right direction here.