Ryder has a reputation at his neurologist's office for the record number of times an EEG has been attempted, with still no sleep. This was supposed to be a sleep-deprived EEG. As you can see, he is awake; he is in a drunk-like stupor, but he is awake. Before this final attempt, the doctor prescribed something that would aid him in sleep. There was a 10% chance that the medication would cause the opposite effect. Well, guess what... Ryder is part of that 10%. He was hyper and giggly and very "under the influence". As Mercedes and I were waiting in the waiting room, we kept hearing Ryder moan like a cow. Mercedes was concerned that they might call animal control.
The doctor decided to go ahead and hook him up to the EEG and do it anyway, even if he was awake. Well, guess what...he fell asleep. (Is that all we needed to do?!)
Last I heard, Ryder no longer held the record. A two year old had passed him up.