today and boy oh boy was he wound up when he came home-still is somewhat but starting to calm down now that he has had his medications. Apparently difficult child thought it was the last day yesterday and asked for his bottles. Why they gave it to him is beyond me! I know I would have called a parent or written a note, something, but not given a child back his medicine. We didn't go through his bag last night (didn't think we needed to) so we didn't know it was home. Today they went to a water park. difficult child had trouble with the one counselor he doesn't like. She said she had to sit by him on the bus and he was disrespectful. Not that it is in any way o.k. but honestly with-o the medications he has NO impulse control! I did tell her it wasn't o.k. but that if he isn't given his medications things like that will happen. Today was the last day of camp. I'm debating whether or not I should call the camp office to let them know in the future they should not send medications home like that early. Goodness knows if it was insulin for a diabetic they wouldn't have sent it home a day early. Do you think I should call or drop it since camp is over and he won't be going back next year because he will be too old as they only take up to kids going into 5th grade?