Link w/article AND video: http://www.katu.com/news/local/122554994.html Video of interview w/Kaine inside Skyline School.. I'd read the whole article and watch the video. I guess this part is what stood out to me the most and would like an answer to... I was not sure "who" they were quoting when they said "Surveillance video shows she visited two different Fred Meyer stores to get medication for K." <snip> Sources tell KATU News, Terri Horman led Kyron's teacher to believe he had a doctor's appointment that Friday morning. He didn’t. Kaine says Terri had been focused on Kyron's spaciness. "I didn't see anything out of the ordinary," he says. "I wasn't concerned about it at all." Kaine says Terri was the one who was pushing Kyron to a doctor to be checked out. Kaine attributed the staring spells to sleep deprivation. In the weeks leading up to Kyron's disappearance, the baby – K – had been dealing with an ear infection. He says her crying at night was keeping the whole family up, especially Kyron, whose room is right across the hall. The infection plays a key role in what Terri claims she did after the science fair. Surveillance video shows she visited two different Fred Meyer stores to get medication for K. Then she says she spent roughly an hour and a half driving the back roads of Northwest Multnomah County to soothe her daughter as the medications kicked in. Kaine says he’s never had to do that. "I don't need to drive her around to put her to sleep or to get her to stop crying or anything else. I have not needed to do that once. I have yet to need to do that is about all that I can say," he says.