I was thinking about the case last night, and it occurred to me that the stories started to diverge as to whether JBR was sleeping or not on the way into the house after the party. If I remember correctly, the parents said she was asleep but Burke said she walked in the house. I wonder if JBR ever went to sleep that night? I thought back on my own kids, and they are always super-charged up after a party. If they knew they were leaving for Disney the next day, they wouldn't sleep all night. I think child defiance is a greater source of parental rage than bedwetting. If you know your child is a bedwetter, what's to get upset about? I think a child refusing or unable to go to sleep when you know you have to catch an early flight would be a greater source of conflict. Not saying that's what happened, but another thought.