DB and JI first gave this description, via LE, of Lisa when she vanished October 4, 2011: "Lisa Irwin is 10 months old. She is a little short of three feet tall, weighs about 30 pounds, has blue eyes and blond hair, two bottom teeth, a beauty mark on her right outer thigh and a small bug bite under her left ear." DB said Lisa had a cold with a cough when she disappeared. Now DB, as of 2/4/2012, says Lisa had an earache as well - news to all of us who follow the case. What do you give an adult or a child who has been bitten by an insect (if irritated)? Sometimes, Benedryl. The bite may have been bothering Lisa, rubbing and scratching at it - making it turn red and angry. Did one of the kids mention this to LE? Is this maybe where the new "earache" information is coming from? What sort of insect was it? Bee, spider, or wasp? All three would explain one bite. Mosquitoes notoriously bite over and over - so mentioning just one bite would be odd. The addition of the earache just keeps bugging me. Babies cry at night with earaches - someone would have heard her crying....no one said they did. IMO, only a sedated baby doesn't make a sound for hours and hours... including going through an abduction. When they are sick and coughing with a cold and have an earache, they make noise, they whine, they cry. Deborah said Lisa was rubbing her eyes and fussy - so she put her down for the night - and like magic she was out like a light. Hard to buy, IMO. Babysitters and day cares have been convicted of accidentally overdosing babies on benedryl while trying to quiet them. More is better theory. All JMO.