Jess had a really really BAD morning, starting at about 4:30 am. Neuro appointment can't come soon enough, neither can Mon when I am going to push the reg doctor to do orthopedic and rheumatology referrals also. Anyway, we watched some tv and a movie on my computer. The last was 2 episodes of Project Runway. I think this idea is probably due to severe lack of sleep, but she thought it was too funny to share. If it became reality I don't think that I would like it, but I think some of you will appreciate the twisted humor. We have probably all seen or heard of shows like Project Runway, Design Star, and other competition reality shows of that nature. What about Project IEP? Where a group of us are chosen and we have to get various evaluations done and come up with the most effective IEP goals and treatment methods for various problems for our kids. We would compete for free evaluations and treatment from top psychiatrists, tdocs, neuropsychs and other professionals, maybe even for $X toward medications and therapy that insurance won't pay for. Or in the "final round" for Residential Treatment Center (RTC) care? Again, I don't think I would want to watch, or that any of us have the time/energy to go through it, or that it would be good for our kiddoes, difficult child and easy child alike. But it is an idea that had me chuckling. So what competitions would YOU think of for a show like that - imaginary, of course because our kids deserve their privacy and none of this is a game.