easy child's Ipod is missing. I have him keep it in the drawer of my nightstand so that we know where it is when he wants it, and he is very prone to misplacing things. husband and I went away for a few days at the beginning of August and I told my mother in law that it was in my nightstand in case easy child wanted it. I asked her and she said that as far as she remembers never took it out during the time that we were gone (4 days) and he hasn't used it since we got back. The reason this is bothering me so much is because the other day when difficult child was raging and I left him alone in the house he was in my room at my nightstand. I know this because the next morning when my alarm clock went off the volume was turned all the way up, which is not how I keep it, and the radio station had been changed. It would have been very easy for him to open the drawer and take the Ipod. And doing somethingreally mean and nasty to easy child in order to get back at me is something that difficult child does alot. I said something to difficult child the next morning. "You know, difficult child, someone changed the setting on my alarm clock? Any idea how that happened? easy child's Ipod is gone from the drawer. Have you seen it?" and, of course, his answer was, "I didn't do it! Why do you always blame me?" Hmmmmm...can't imagine why my thought automatically run towards difficult child when things go awry like that. I looked around difficult child's room, but it's not there. I also looked in easy child's room and I can't find it there either, but that doesn't mean that it's not there. husband keeps telling me that at least we know it's somewhere in the house, and I replied, "Unless difficult child threw it in the garbage or something like that." I'll have to keep looking. I hope that it turns up somewhere (and soon!) and I hope that it turns up someplace that easy child left it.