On a more positive note, he's really into trains right now and pushing cars around. My mom bought him a Thomas the Train battery operated set but he wants nothing to do with playing with the train on the tracks. No, he would rather turn the train on and watch it fall of the counter.
We really thought we hit the jackpot when Jimmy brought him home a couple of balloons from the dentist. But all he wanted to do was release them and watch them get stuck to the ceiling and then freak out when we couldn't get them down. Never again can we bring a helium balloon home; it's just not worth it.
And the best news....no seizures to speak of, except those annoying things that wake him (and me) up all night.
He's still trying to figure out which school he wants to go to next year. He can either stay at his current school and be a big 6th grader....or start Middle School and be a 6th grader in Junior High. I'm letting him make this important decision but I told him he can't keep changing his mind. He needs to decide and stick with it.