About a month ago you may remember that I posted about difficult child being bullied at school and staff telling him "not to tattle". One of the bullying sessions included two boys sort of ganging up on difficult child and telling him that Jeff Gordon "stinks" and that if difficult child wanted to play with them, he'd have to remove his t-shirt, which poor difficult child did, as he was attempting to not rock the boat. (Poor kind wants so much to be liked.) Apparently, he spent most of the day in his white undershirt and cried to me about it that night. This was just before the medication toxicity day, etc. difficult child said he was never going to wear the shirt to school again and I told him he should wear it if he wanted to and that if the boys gave him any trouble to tell therapist, who he sees every day. He hasn't worn it since, but this morning as I was blow drying my hair, I caught a glimpse of him going down the stairs to get breakfast and I saw Jeff Gordon smiling at me from difficult child's back. I have to admit, I grinned right back at Mr. Gordon. Before difficult child got on the bus, he and I talked about it and he said he didn't care what they said at school. He said if they tease him, he will spend his free time doing something else today and ignore it. Could this be progress? We'll see, but I have to admit that I am still grinning about it.