Well ok, not mine. Mine are pretty good. I've been watching the kid's dayhome for a few days, so the dayhome provider could go on vacation and again on Friday as she's going out of town. The boy is pretty good, a boy but not bad - just rough which is normal. The girls.... sisters...... :yikes: They simply do NOT LISTEN! And are sneaky. I dislike sneaky kids so that doesn't help. Everytime I tell them to stop doing something (climbing the tree that has power lines through it, riding toys down the sidewalk into the street) they argue. Or as I find out later, just say 'ok' then sneak whatever it is they're not to be doing. One will go one way, one the other, and still get away with things. The dogs are stuck in crates, in part because the girls think it's soo funny to run and scream blue murder (and have the dogs follow them, they're not staying for monsters!). The cat is close to biting the one kid because she will not leave her be - she puts up with so much but if a kid tries to pick her up, there's blood required. And the hermit crabs.... just changed their tank a few weeks ago, should have been good for a few months (it's deep substrate so does ok), but they've put food in it a few times, and yesterday dumped the entire container of food all over the tank. And left the lid open... so they're moving to a tank in the master bedroom on Friday so they're at least safe from the little buggers. And yes, I am watching them but there's five kids total and I do have to rotate who I am watching - or make lunch, pee..... they wait till those times then act up. Is it wrong to move all the crabs, wait and then tell them they died because someone put too much food in?